Entrepreneurship is at your fingertips — all you need to do is start! The Live @ Generator Lab: Ask an Innovator series is here to help.
On the first and third Thursday through April 5, 2018, learn from successful entrepreneurs and startup CEOs, gather with like-minded students to build your venture team and learn new skills to help you on your path to entrepreneurship. All ASU students are invited to these events designed to help you develop an entrepreneurial mindset and skillset. Register for the events, come with questions, share your story and be ready to explore how you can become an entrepreneur.
This week, Anne Dellos, a consultant with Sales Lead Marketers, shares her expertise in digital media, marketing, branding pipeline generation and sales and background in telecommunications and technology to help you figure out how to make your startup thrive.
You may also participate online via Twitter (@FultonGenLabs) and via YouTube Chat. Check out the live stream and watch any talks you might have missed!
About Anne Dellos
Anne Dellos, an alum of ASU’s Global MBA program, is a business launch and expansion professional with extensive expertise in strategic marketing, partnership development and lead generation. She has been featured on CNBC, BBC and Bloomberg to provide commentary and analysis on the global telecommunications market, and has been a regular speaker and Master of Ceremonies at numerous global conferences.
Since 2007 she has been consulting to companies launching or expanding their business, combining expertise in digital media, marketing, branding, pipeline generation and sales with a background in telecommunications and technology. Dellos has helped new startups through established large corporations in America, Asia, the Middle East and Europe.
Early in her career, Dellos spent five years with the Central Intelligence Agency as an operations officer. Her diplomatic assignments included a political advisorship at the United Nations in New York City, and a two-year assignment at the U.S. Embassy in Khartoum, Sudan. She holds a BA in political science and international economics from the University of Illinois.
Mark your calendar for all the Ask an Innovator events
All events are held at Generator Labs, in the Engineering Center G-Wing (ECG) room 101 on the Tempe campus from 6–8 p.m. Each event is streamed on YouTube, and you can participate in the Q&A via Twitter (@FultonGenLabs) or YouTube Chat.
Carine Dieudé, Girls in Tech – Phoenix
Thursday, March 1, 2018
Venture Devils Student Entrepreneur Panel
Thursday, March 15, 2018
Danielle Toupo Venture Program, Intel Corporation
Thursday, April 5, 2018