Creative Destruction Lab (CDL) objective-base accelerator program pushes technology company forward.
OmniSpeech Founder and CTO, Dr. Carol Espy-Wilson, and CEO, David Przygoda visited Georgia Tech this week to participate in session three of the Creative Destruction Lab (CDL), an international program designed to accelerate scalable, early stage technology companies.
Over two days, executives from OmniSpeech and other promising technology companies have the opportunity to meet with mentor panels comprised of veteran executives, entrepreneurs, attorneys, technologists, professors, and investors to get advice and set goals on how to move their companies forward. View a full list of CDL Atlanta mentors here.
CDL-Atlanta takes place at Georgia Tech’s Scheller College of Business. Atlanta is at the epicenter of commerce and innovation in the southeast US. Bolstered by the strength of the region’s previous successful entrepreneurs and elite researchers from across the Southeast, CDL-Atlanta supports the commercialization of ventures innovating in technology, commerce, logistics, engineering, public health, finance, transportation, and more. Atlanta serves as a perfect backdrop for startups as the city hosts several large corporate headquarters and serves as a transportation and logistics hub for the world.
"Georgia Tech Scheller College is focused on innovation and technology and the impact evolving technologies have in the global marketplace. CDL offers a unique and proven opportunity for emerging science and technology-based businesses to accelerate their growth and quickly develop from market concept to market impact." Dr. Maryam Alavi | Dean, Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business
Thank you to the CDL - Atlanta Team!
OmniSpeech would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to Zoe Kafkes, our venture manager, mentors Dennis C. Hayes and Shawn Yeager, and the entire CDL - Atlanta team for being so generous with their time and supportive of our company. Additionally, we would like to give a special thanks to the faculty, graduate students, and staff of Georgia Institute of Technology for their contributions and for hosting such a productive and well-run event. See you in session 4!