Ready to transform your startup idea into tangible global impact? Learn how SU’s reimagined Global Startup Program (GSP) will help you scale your startup into a 10x global business, connect you with a world-class network, and accelerate your time to market.
Join Monique Giggy, Vice President of SU Ventures and GSP14 alumna, and team for this webinar where you’ll:
This webinar will give you a complete overview of the GSP and see if you and your startup are a good fit.
Monique is the Vice President of SU Ventures, where she works closely with impact-focused startups that are solving world problems with technology. She has served as an advisor, entrepreneurship coach, Venture Partner, and CMO, and has started and invested in several companies. After the sale of her company, Swing by Swing Golf, the world’s most popular and successful mobile golf app, Monique participated in the 2014 GSP where she fell in love with SU.
Darlene’s excitement about SU started when she participated in the 2011 GSP and became an early co-founder of Matternet—one of the world’s first companies using drones for commercial transport and delivery of medical goods in the developing world. In 2012 she also founded DIYROCKETS, the first company to crowdsource space technology. Over the last two decades, Darlene’s led organizations and initiatives in the field of social innovation. She now focuses on helping companies address our world’s global grand challenges.
Luis attended first attended GSP in 2012, and he’s excited to share his experience with you! Louis is Co-Founder and CEO of INFORMATIK, an ISV with a special focus on implementing mobile computing, RFID, wireless, and radio software using blockchain. He’s an incredible engineer and tech entrepreneur working on a crypto-network designed to help organizations transition into a fully digital and autonomous contract-based society.
Molly is the Senior Program Manager of SU Ventures, where she helps support and scale startups using exponential tech to tackle the world’s most pressing problems. Prior to SU, she worked for the Institute of International Education on the TechWomen program, a State Department initiative bringing women leaders in STEM from 20 countries to Silicon Valley for professional development and entrepreneurship training. Molly graduated with a Master’s from Columbia University and holds Bachelor’s degrees from Florida State University.