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Calendar of Events

October 24, 1997

October 29, 1997

The American Society of Mechanical Engineers will sponsor Accessing Technology in Rhode Island.  The briefing will provide information on state and federal technology resources available to assist businesses. For more information contact Reese Meisinger at 202/785-3756 or meisingerr@asme.org

October 29 - 30, 1997

The National Technology Transfer Center is hosting a training course entitled Technology Assessment in Ridgecrest, CA. For more information call 800-678-6882, or visit http://www.nttc.edu

November 10-11, 1997

The Red Herring magazine is presenting a venture capital conference entitled Venture Market East in Cambridge, MA. For more information, contact Tom Geck at 415/659-2871 or visit www.herring.com/events

November 11-12, 1997

The Mid-Atlantic Venture Association and the Greater Philadelphia Venture Group is hosting the 1997 Mid-Atlantic Venture Fair in Vienna, VA. For more information call 410/560-5855 or visit www.mava.org.

November 12-15, 1997

The National Business Incubation Association is sponsoring its annual Fall Training Institute entitled Incubating Successful Companies in Birmingham, AL. The program will offer two simultaneous workshops: Incubator Development A-Z: 60 Steps to Breakeven and Orchestrating Client Assistance: Keys to Effective Business Development. For more information, contact NBIA at 614/593-4331 or visit http://www.nbia.org.