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March 22, 2013

Martin bringing TED talk to RSU

CLAREMORE — Technology, Entertainment, Design (TED) speaker Jay Martin will bring his Entrepreneurial Innovation Bootcamp to Rogers State University from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. April 6 at the RSU Innovation Center.

The bootcamp is open to all types of innovators, including artists, inventors, entrepreneurs and visionaries. Cost is $95 per person and includes a friend for free. 
The hands-on training will equip participants with step-by-step resources to help launch innovative ideas, turning them into a source of income.
Martin’s mission is to transform amateur innovators into professional entrepreneurs with a focus on applying strategies and resources to actual ventures. 
Martin will teach the same strategies that he used to make his own endeavors successful.
Innovators will become equipped with the knowledge and resources to-write their own patents versus paying an attorney, bullet proof endeavors with entity structuring secrets, raise capital without giving up equity or control, launch ideas for free using leveraging strategies and more. 
Those interested can register online at stores.ideamold.com
For more information, call Lynn Wilson at (918) 343-7622 or email lwilson@rsu.edu.

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