New Product Business Competition

Special Discussion: Connecticut New Product Business Competition, Hosted by Fairfield University

This presentation is made possible with support from Fairfield’s School of Engineering and Inventors Association of Connecticut.

Media Contact: Robby Piazzaroli,, 203-254-4000 x2597

Mike Roer, president of the Entrepeneurship Foundation, will deliver a virtual presentation entitled " Connecticut New Product Business Competition 2021,” on Tuesday, November 30, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. via Zoom webinar. Free and open to the public, this lecture is presented by the Inventor’s Association of Connecticut (IACT), with support from Fairfield University’s School of Engineering.

Roer’s training session will discuss the upcoming 2021 Connecticut New Product Business Competition and provide tips from pitching products to investors and judges.

Roer, president of the Entrepreneurship Foundation, teaches new product launch, and venture capital investing, organized the first angel investor club in Connecticut; managed associations of investors in New York, Massachusetts, New Jersey and Connecticut, ran the largest venture capital fair in the northeast, manages the Connecticut Business Competition and Conference, and is the author of the guide "Launching a New Venture".

Learn more by visiting the Inventor’s Association of Connecticut website.

Posted On: October 18, 2021

Volume: 53 Number: 26

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