This week, Ben Miller and Noah Parks presented to our TAMID chapter about Ten-X, an innovative electronic real estate company that is aiming to disrupt the real estate industry. It is interesting how tech continues to disrupt various industries. What do you think the future of Ten-X and the real estate industry has in store?
This week's current event was done by Ayden Berkey. She covered the issue of the impact of Israeli Stratup Culture on the rest of Israel's economy. She discusses the gap between the 10% of citizens in the startup world and the 90% of citizens in other sectors, which causes a dual economy. It was interesting to hear this perspective of the startup nation, since TAMID Group mainly focuses on simply the startup scene. Great work Ayden!
Check out Leah and Abby's current event about their recent experience at the TechCrunch Meetup and Pitch Competition in Tel Aviv, Israel. The startups they were introduced to at this event were very innovative and our chapter loved learning about them! TechCrunch is a great tool for startups and companies working with startups, like us. Consulting firms, venture capital firms, and large corporations interested in startups can learn a lot from TechCrunch and their subsidiary,
The TAMID at Wisconsin members had prestigious internships in various fields this summer. The skills they gained through their work experience will be incredibly helpful in this year's consulting and fund projects. Check out what many of them did! "This summer, I'm working in Chicago as a Summer Associate for the NPD Group, which is a market research company that provides data-driven confidence to give their clients a winning advantage in the marketplace. I've had the opportu
The biggest competition of the fellowship began at our kickoff event Wednesday at WeWork HaZerem. Whoever could connect with and collect the most business cards from our guest speakers would win the opportunity to go to dinner with THE David Micley! The challenge began after fellows had the chance to network with one another, fellowship employers and, of course, eat hummus and pita. This event was the first time that both sessions were together in the same room and boy, do we