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StartupCincy Week 2020 (Day 1)

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StartupCincy Week is back for its 4th year with killer content and input from the region's top minds around innovation, startups and creativity.  The four day conference will be broken into two tracks of content daily.  Day one kicks off with the Cintrifuse Annual Meeting followed by an afternoon dedicated to the region's supply chain prowess.  Click here for details and to register for StartupCincy Week days 2-4.

Cintrifuse Annual Meeting - Pivot Point: The Future is Now
The Covid crisis has created massive disruption, but it has also unleashed bold possibilities. In so many ways, the future has arrived much sooner than we ever imagined. In this invigorating annual meeting, we’ll talk about how businesses, startups and communities are pivoting fast and greeting the future with innovation and imagination — and how Cintrifuse is serving as a catalyst to help ensure we’re creating Greater Cincinnati’s brighter future … NOW!

Content Track: Supply Chain presented by Cintrifuse
It's not a stretch to say Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky comprise the nation's #1 e-commerce distribution hub - powered by Amazon, Kroger and CVG.  Hear about the future of freight from those on the front lines, seed to plate food innovation and establishing a true circular economy with zero waste. 

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Cintrifuse Annual Meeting
The post-Covid world is pivoting fast, greeting the future with innovation & imagination. Cintrifuse is creating Greater Cincinnati’s brighter future NOW!
Carmichael Roberts Pete Blackshaw Tisha Livingston Valarie Sheppard Brad Feld Jon Husted
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The Tech Future of Freight
From new software applications to tech advancements in 'last mile' delivery, find out what's leading the industry.
Tom Curee Brit Fitzpatrick Lawrence McCord
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Food: From Seed to Plate
The future of food technology from vertical farming to minimizing food waste.
Brit Fitzpatrick
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The Circular Economy
The 3 Rs are just the beginning (Reduce - Reuse - Recycle) learn how technology and consumer behavior are helping each other out.
Lisa Ellram Brit Fitzpatrick
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Responsible Sourcing
Radical transparency brings much-needed input into supply chains - from knowing what countries contributed to the manufacturing of goods to supplier diversity.
Brit Fitzpatrick
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Global Student Entrepreneur Pitch Competition
Regional Finals for the Global Student Entrepreneur Awards – Join us as three students from area universities compete to be our region’s winner.


Lisa Ellram

Miami University

Tom Curee

Kingsgate Logistics

Lawrence McCord


Carmichael Roberts

Material Impact

Brit Fitzpatrick


Jon Husted

Lt. Gov. State of Ohio

Brad Feld

Foundry Group

Valarie Sheppard

Procter & Gamble

Tisha Livingston

Infinite Acres

Pete Blackshaw

CEO, Cintrifuse


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