The Entrepreneur Speakers Program Series is presented by The Missouri Small Business and Technology Development Center and is intended to help entrepreneurial companies in their growing needs in every stage of their lifecycle, from start-up and later-stage technology. This program could not be provided to you without the generous support of our sponsors: Polsinelli Shughart PC, Citizens Bank & Trust, Arsalon Technologies, and The Bloch School at the University of Missouri - Kansas City.
About Our Speaker:
Shelley Armato owns and operates Marathon Digital Services, parent company to a software application called MySmartPlans. MySmartPlans serves a multitude of purposes across the construction industry. The technology behind MySmartPlans aims to create accountability, transparency, and efficiency during the construction process. Users of this software applaud its effectiveness and time & money saving capabilities.
Creating an eco-friendly business and eliminating a carbon footprint on our earth is a cause to which Shelley is deeply committed. This belief plays a strong role in her push to market the software application as it provides a drastic reduction in the usage and dependence of paper. MySmartPlans offers a “green” approach to the project and document management ways of the past. With this new technology, traditional ‘Print Rooms’ are now shifting into ‘Smart Rooms.’
To register for this event, visit the Missouri Small Business and Technology Development Program website and click on the "Register Now" button. For questions regarding this event, contact Abigail Wadsworth at 816.235.6063 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. To help us adequately plan and to ensure your reservation, advance registration is requested.
Early Registration - Individual Ticket - $25 ($30 at the door)
Program begins promptly at 5:30 p.m. Light refreshments will be served. Garage parking is available to paying attendees at no charge with validation. Students with a valid university or college ID are welcome to attend at no charge; however, reservations are still requested.
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