What do cloud computing and professional baseball have in common?

Join Johnson and the Cornell Entrepreneurship Network in Los Angeles to find out and get the latest on the MBA at Cornell NYC Tech

What do cloud computing and professional baseball have in common?

Johnson at Cornell University is joining with the Cornell Entrepreneurship Network (CEN) to invite candidates for the new one-year MBA program in New York City to a special West Coast event.

“Innovation & Entrepreneurship in Media,” sponsored by CEN in partnership with Cornell in Hollywood is bringing entertainment industry leaders together for a TED-style presentation and professional networking event on Tuesday, September 17, in Los Angeles.

Johnson at Cornell University will provide complimentary tickets to prospective students for the One-year Program in New York City, a new MBA learning experience for the digital economy, to build their career networks and hear insights from fellow entrepreneurs and these speakers:

·         David Greenman ’00, Actor/Screenwriter (moderator)

·         Christopher Fenton ’93, President of DMG Entertainment Motion Picture Group

·         David Wong ’92, General Manager of DMG North America (and former partner of EMC Consulting’s Media & Entertainment Vertical)

Tuesday’s event takes place at the Hotel Palomar Los Angeles, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.  Prospective students can reserve an event pass courtesy of the Cornell MBA by registering online. Space is limited.

The evening kicks off with a reception and networking, followed by the presentation and Q&A. Carolyn O’Keefe, Johnson’s chief marketing officer, will give an update on the Cornell NYC Tech MBA, and the event will close with Open Mic for attendees to share their 30-second elevator pitch with others, and continued networking time.

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