Exit Strategies: Determining the Destiny of Your Organization

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE/April 19, 2002
Contact: WPI Venture Forum, +1-508-831-5075

Worcester, MA - April 25, 2002 - The WPI Venture Forum, an organization devoted to developing technology-based entrepreneurship, announces that Mitchell G. Tyson, president & Chief executive officer of Precision Robotics, Inc. is the keynote speaker at the WPI Venture Forum meeting on Tuesday, May 14, 2002. The meeting will be held at WPI in Kinnicutt Hall. Registration begins at 6:00 p.m. and the meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. The registration cost is $10 individual, annual and lifetime members and $20 nonmembers. Precision Robotics is the leader in advanced automation systems and software for the semiconductor industry and Mr. Tyson will provide some answers and options to "What does a company do when it can't raise money by selling stock."

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About the WPI Venture Forum

The WPI Venture Forum was created in 1990 to promote the entrepreneurial spirit and to serve those who engage in technology- based entrepreneurial enterprises by providing advice, support and education tailored to meet their needs. The forum fosters entrepreneurship through such activities as monthly programs, a business plan contest, a weekly radio show on News Radio WTAG (Saturdays, 5-7 pm, 580am), and a monthly newsletter.

The Venture Forum, as part of the Collaborative for Entrepreneurship & Innovation in the Department of Management at WPI, serves individuals who are seeking to begin their own technology-based businesses; founders, presidents, and senior managers of start-up or early-stage companies; senior managers of companies that are restarting or making a transition for one mode of operation to another; and employees leaving large companies due to a reduction in force or to start businesses.

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