Wharton’s own Jack Abraham has put his money where his mouth is! He moved his life and his business to Miami in 2020 and has been one of South Florida’s biggest advocates to evolve it to the next level as a global center for technology and innovation.
Wharton’s “Customer Centricity” focused marketing Professor Pete Fader will ask Jack about his journey from selling his first company to eBay, to launching the innovative and highly successful Atomic Ventures to his newest bet on South Florida and eCommerce, OpenStore!
Are you a MiamiTech OG? Come out and see friends.
Are you new to South Florida? Join fellow Wharton / UPenn alumni and friends to connect and celebrate a new year of building great technology companies in South Florida! Come meet your alumni community and build your new network!
Current Members: $15
(May register 1 Guest at Member rate)
Non-Member/Additional Member Guests: $45
This event will be catered with a cash bar. First drink will be on our friend Faquiry Diaz Cala, a fellow Wharton Alumnus and South Florida entrepreneur and investor. Be sure to thank him at the event!;
We are delighted to have Sponsors including:
A hybrid of a venture capital fund and an angel investor network that discovers, funds and builds early-stage tech companies.
A cloud-based supply chain solution for growing eCommerce brands
Attention Wharton Alumni: If you’re not already a member… Join the Wharton Club of South Florida with our Event+ Membership ticket below! A wise investment. So don’t pay more for this event - Join today!
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