Saturday, July 8, 2017


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for membership information and opportunities


Events Being Planned


  Enhancing Transatlantic Start – Up Success

Quorum at University City Science Center

3711 Market Street, Suite 800, Philadelphia

April 19, 2017      9:00am – 1:00pm

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Join us for a discussion of issues and challenges in expanding your business in Europe.  Philadelphia is a world leader in business incubation and Pennsylvania is a leading EU trading partner. Hear first-hand from life science and technology companies that are taking advantage of the EU market to accelerate their business growth.


 9:00am Registration & Networking

10:00am Welcomes:  Science Center

                                      NJIT- New Jersey Institute of Technology

                                     SMART – Strengthening the Mid-Atlantic Region for Tomorrow

                                     EACCNJ - European-American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey

10:15am   Discussion:

Camille E. Sailer, Esq., President, European-American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey

              Mahesh Narayan, CTO Immage Biotherapeutics

Priya Bhutani, CEO RegDesk

Srinath Vaddepally, CEO Ristcall

Mohamed Zerban, CEO Tern Water


Breakfast refreshments will be provided, and the event is free of charge.

Paid parking available at

·        3711 Market Street

·        S 38th Street (Walnut 38 Parking Garage)

·        17 S 39th Street(Science Center Lot C)


The Business Forums are funded by a grant from the Delegation of the European Union to the United States.   NJII’s consortium partners are the European American Chamber of Commerce- New Jersey (EACCNJ) and the Strengthening the Mid-Atlantic Region for Tomorrow (SMART) organization.


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Multiple Group working sessions are being conducted and scheduled; contact the Group Chairs for information or Bob Carullo at or 609-304-2904. 

SMART Advantage

The SMART Congressional initiative is the integration of regional Science & Technology activities for issues, events & projects among the SMART Congressional Delegation (8 Senators and 39 Representatives of DE, MD, NJ & PA), the Federal Executive Branch DC HQs, our International Allies, the four State governments (Executive & Legislative branches) and the regional technical, economic development and education/workforce development communities. The SMART Not For Profit membership company was formed to execute the vision of this initiative. SMART membership is composed of academia, businesses, government labs/field agencies and professional associations. The SMART membership will continue to execute the daily actions of SMART via 15 focus groups. SMART is a national model for regional actions; SMART has members and participation from across the nation. Further, SMART is extremely active with our International Allies.

Since 1999, SMART has conducted 292 significant events, addressed numerous case studies and facilitated $624M in direct SMART projects and $1.2B in indirect projects. Contact Executive Director Robert Carullo at or 609-304-2904. 


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