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The Entrepreneur Assistance Program 2021 Annual Conference and Awards Ceremony are being held virtually this year.

Training Day 1
October 18th

8:45 AM – Remo Opens
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9:00AM – 10:20AM
Morning Training Session 1

10:20AM – 10:40AM
Break

10:40AM – 12:00PM
Morning Training Session 2

12:00PM
End Morning Session

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12:45 PM – Remo Opens
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1:00PM – 2:20PM
Afternoon Training Session 1

2:20PM – 2:40PM
Break

2:40PM – 4:00PM
Afternoon Training Session 2

4:00PM
End Afternoon Session

Training Day 2
October 19th

8:45 AM – Remo Opens
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9:00AM – 10:20AM
Morning Training Session 1

10:20AM – 10:40AM
Break

10:40AM – 12:00PM
Morning Training Session 2

12:00PM
End Morning Session

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12:45 PM – Remo Opens
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1:00PM – 2:20PM
Afternoon Training Session 1

2:20PM – 2:40PM
Break

2:40PM – 4:00PM
Afternoon Training Session 2

4:00PM
End Afternoon Session

Awards Ceremony
October 20th

12:45 PM – Remo Opens
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1:00PM – 2:00PM
Networking and social hour

2:00PM – 2:30PM
Introduction and Keynote

2:30PM – 3:45PM
Awards ceremony

3:45PM – 4:00PM
Closing remarks

 

KeyNote Speaker

Gregg Lowe

President & CEO Cree

Gregg Lowe joined Cree, Inc. in September 2017 as president and chief executive officer (CEO) to translate vision and strategy into world-class execution and bottom-line growth.

Prior to Cree, he served as president and CEO of Freescale Semiconductor, a $5 billion global company with products serving automotive, industrial, consumer and communications markets. During his time at Freescale, Gregg led the successful merger with NXP Semiconductors N.V. creating a high-performance, mixed-signal semiconductor industry leader, with combined revenue of more than $10 billion. Prior to Freescale, Gregg had a long career spanning 28 years at Texas Instruments including executive roles as senior vice president and leader of the analog business.

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