Choudhary to Discuss Entrepreneurship in Farley Fellows Lecture
The talk will take place May 14
Professor Alok Choudhary will speak about his entrepreneurship experiences during an upcoming Farley Fellow Seminar.
The seminar series features entrepreneurial Northwestern faculty members who will discuss lessons they have learned in areas such as product development, financing, marketing investigation, pivoting, and building business teams. Graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, and faculty are especially encouraged to attend.
Thursday, May 14, 4 p.m.
Ford Motor Company Engineering Design Center ITW classroom, Evanston campus
Alok Choudhary, Henry and Isabelle Dever Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Choudhary is the founder, chairman, and chief scientist of 4C, a big data science and social media analytics company. The 4C Insights’ platform uses data science to help marketers measure, plan, and buy more effective campaigns. Last year, 4C raised $5 million in Series B funding from Jump Capital.
Farley Fellows are entrepreneurship-minded faculty members who advise Northwestern’s Farley Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, mentor students and other faculty, and lead by example. All fellows have companies or are involved in substantial entrepreneurial efforts.