Hillel Glazer, Entrepreneur-in-Residence at bwtech, was invited to present three sessions at Startup Fundamental Workshops, hosted by UM Ventures in collaboration with Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute (MTech).
The Pitfalls of Managing All-Virtual Companies or Teams
Tuesday, Oct. 31 | 12:00-1:00 PM
In today’s rapidly evolving work landscape, virtual companies and remote teams have become the new norm. While the benefits of flexibility and access to global talent are undeniable, managing virtual teams also presents unique challenges and might not be for everyone. Join our workshop to navigate the intricacies of remote work and develop a checklist to set up your team for success.
Earlier in October, Hillel presented:
Designing an Operating Model for a Startup Company
Presented on 10/3/23
A well-designed operating model is essential for success of any business. Join this workshop to learn about most commonly overlooked operational issues and how to address them early on: major differences between services company vs. product company; building startup capacity to facilitate growth and increase value; importance of onboarding your customers, and many others.
Building Your Startup Capacity
In the fast-paced world of startups, having the right capacity can be the key to success. Join our workshop where our expert will guide you through the essential steps to identify and strengthen the core elements needed for your business to thrive, with a focus on building the right team and the crucial technological components required for every business in today’s competitive landscape.
Hillel Glazer is an Entrepreneur-in-Residence at bwtech, Site Minor at UMBC, and an operations executive driving delivery, innovation, responsiveness, performance and growth from startups to multinationals.
UM Ventures is a joint initiative of the MPowering the State Program, bringing the University of Maryland, Baltimore and University of Maryland, College Park together to commercialize discoveries, and create economic impact by engaging partners in industry and social ventures. By encouraging our students and faculty, providing expert advice and business services, more discoveries will reach the market. By engaging directly with external partners, we will bring new investment, expanded markets and more startup ventures.