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Re-Engineer your ocean tech career
September 25, 2020 @ 8:30 am - 10:00 am ADT
Join the Ocean Startup Project for a virtual fireside chat for all engineers, entrepreneurs, tinkerers, and those who have made their living by and near the water!
At this virtual event, you’ll hear from: Moya Cahill, P.Eng. CEO and co-founder, Pangeo Subsea, Karl Kenny, President and CEO Kraken Robotics & Adam Keating, CEO and co- founder, CoLab Software. These innovators have carved out a successful future for themselves in the ocean economy and built companies that are dominating the global scene. Find out how they took the leap to switch career direction, what they overcame, what made it possible for them, and learn what types of support are available today so that you aren’t alone.
Turn to the BLUE ECONOMY for ever-expanding and entrepreneurial careers
Are you looking to re-engineer your career? Projected to be worth $3-trillion by 2030, the blue economy offers plenty of opportunities.
Now is the time to catch that next wave. Pivot your technology and engineering skills to take advantage of the exciting career opportunities ocean entrepreneurship offers.
Whether it’s solving problems in traditional ocean industries or focusing on solutions in the burgeoning blue tech and clean tech areas, starting up an ocean company has never had more potential. You’ll also discover countless outstanding support programs and organizations to help you succeed.
Opportunities include innovations in traditional sectors like oil and gas or fisheries and aquaculture, as well as in newer areas, such as data analytics, autonomous technologies, bioscience, lower-emission transportation and shipping, and much more.
Based on your insights and past experiences, you could offer creative solutions and services as an entrepreneur to corporations in traditional industries. After all, you witnessed firsthand the issues that industry faces and you could be paid as a consultant on how to overcome those obstacles.
If you’re newer to ocean tech, you could bring your fresh perspectives to advance the blue economy or adapt terrestrial technologies for ocean applications.