Randy Harig, CEO of Texas Research and Technology Foundation and its nonprofit innovation arm, VelocityTX, will continue the 2020-2021 Forum on Entrepreneurship Series on Thursday, Oct. 22, by focusing on opportunities in the bioscience and health care sectors.
The Meadows Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at St. Mary’s University will host the discussion titled, “Building on Our Life Science’s Entrepreneurial Ecosystem.” The event will be held virtually via Zoom from 8 to 9 a.m.
“Randy Harig brings his vast experience and knowledge about the life science’s entrepreneurship ecosystem to the Forum on Entrepreneurship Series,” said Stephanie Ward, Ph.D., Interim Dean of the Greehey School of Business and Professor of Management. “Our students and business partners will have the opportunity to learn from him about the keys to entrepreneurship and innovation in a fast-changing industry. His dedication to bringing strong economic development to East Side San Antonio through the Texas Research and Technology Foundation and VelocityTX shows his commitment to our San Antonio community’s future.”