October 21, 2009
Montreal, Canada (RPRN) 10/21/09 — Brana Malobabic-Giancristofaro, MonRoi Inc Founder is coming to the Montreal Girl Geek Dinners Event to present a case study of MonRoi Inc launch and operations. She will touch on how to develop ideas into a business, some of the most common start-up mistakes, and some unique ways to grown your business.
Wednesday, October 28, 2009, 6pm to 7:30pm
Capriccio Restaurant, 17 rue Notre-Dame West, Montreal
Free, open to public, men and women interested in technology
We encourage guests to Register for Free on Facebook
About the Presenter
Brana Malobabic-Giancristofaro, B.Sc.EE, runs a Technology Company that Webcasts Chess Tournaments Live Around the World. Prompted by a lifelong passion for chess, Brana founded MonRoi, a high technology and Internet company that specializes in patented live chess webcast system and wireless devices for score keeping. An expert in new technology development and marketing, she oversees day-to-day operations of the company, which enables spectators to follow chess tournaments in real-time on the Internet. Brana established and executed the world's first International Women's Chess Grand Prix, recognizing women in chess. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering. She is affiliated with the Economic Development of Saint Laurent Investment Advisory Committee and volunteers mentoring entrepreneurs who are starting their own businesses. For her innovations she received the Alpha Gala Entrepreneur of the Year Award from the Chamber of Commerce of Saint Laurent. Brana appeared on numerous TV News and was featured in engineering, business and chess magazines worldwide. She has been recognized by Cambridge Who’s Who for demonstrating dedication, leadership and excellence in new technology. For more information about MonRoi™ Inc, visit http://monroi.com/ Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Girl Geek Dinners
Montreal Girl Geek Dinners are an offshoot of the London Girl Geek Dinners, started by Sarah Blow. The goal of these get-togethers is to make technology accessible and interesting to all age groups and all people, particularly women. These monthly events are aimed at providing a welcoming atmosphere and a platform for learning in an informal environment. They are always held in pubs, bars or restos and there is usually a speaker (or several) who talk for a short while on a chosen subject for the evening. Contacts: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org;
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