Bob Sopko is the director of Case Western’s LaunchNet focused on helping students and alumni build startups and supporting their entrepreneurial efforts. Bob is also an entrepreneur-in-residence at Youngstown Business Incubator where he mentors early-stage technology companies.
Our twelfth conversation is with Bob Sopko.
Bob is the director of Case Western’s LaunchNet focused on helping students and alumni build startups and supporting their entrepreneurial efforts. Bob is also an entrepreneur-in-residence at Youngstown Business Incubator where he mentors early-stage technology companies.
Through this conversation, we map a whole breadth of the Cleveland entrepreneurial space and cover the impact of institutions like Case Western. Please enjoy!
Learn more about LaunchNet: https://case.edu/launchnet/
Connect with Bob: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robertsopko/
Connect with Jeffrey on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeffreypstern/
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