'Apprentice' winner Kelly Perdew to speak, May 27
Posted May 25, 2005; 10:08 a.m.
Kelly Perdew, winner of the second season of television's "The
Apprentice," will speak at the Princeton Entrepreneurs' Network's sixth
annual Conference on Entrepreneurship Friday, May 27.
Perdew, now executive vice president of Trump Ice, will deliver the keynote address at the conference at 1:45 p.m. in the Friend Center.
Perdew has started or been involved with entrepreneurial companies since his days as a graduate student at the University of California-Los Angeles law and business schools. He will speak on starting a business, potential pitfalls and good business management. He also will discuss his role with the Trump organization and his experience on Donald Trump's popular reality television show "The Apprentice."
The speech is open to the public; admittance at the door is $20.
The full-day conference encompasses a business plan competition judged by successful venture capitalists and entrepreneurs and panels and workshops on effectively running a business. It is cosponsored by the School of Engineering and Applied Science and the Bendheim Center for Finance.
The Princeton Entrepreneurs' Network is devoted to facilitating the founding, funding and support of entrepreneurial companies. It consists of alumni, students, faculty and others connected to the Princeton University community who are entrepreneurs, soon-to-be entrepreneurs, investors, mentors, lawyers, accountants, consultants, other professional service providers and those otherwise interested in entrepreneurship.
For more information on the conference, visit the Princeton Entrepreneurs' Network Web site.