Walker School Presents ‘Entrepreneurship in Africa’ Luncheon Nov.18

| October 21, 2014

Webster University students and faculty are invited to “Entrepreneurship in Africa,” a luncheon honoring philanthropist Robert E. King, on Tuesday, Nov. 18, from noon – 1 p.m. in the East Academic Building, room 253.

During this presentation, Robert E. King and Tralance Addy, executive director of Stanford Institute for Innovation in Developing Economies (SEED), will share how the program is bridging a critical gap in global efforts to address prosperity.

To confirm your attendance, RSVP here.

About Robert E. King

Robert E. King, friend of Ambassador George Herbert Walker III, is a philanthropist and the founder of the investment firm, Peninsula Capital, in Menlo Park, California. In 2011, he and his wife Dorothy gifted $154.5 million to Stanford University to establish the Stanford Institute for Innovation in Developing Economies (SEED). This program seeks to stimulate the creation of economic opportunities through innovation, entrepreneurship and the growth of businesses that change the lives of people who live in poverty around the world.

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