April 26th – Think Like A Techpreneur II: Learn How To Exploit Consumer Data Before It Exploits You with Anthony R. Clarke


Join BE NYC Mentors Masterclass Group Mentor Session

About This Event

Tuesday, April 26, 2022; 6-7:30pm

Think Like A Techpreneur: Learn How To Exploit Consumer Data Before It Exploits You.

Join the BE NYC Masterclass with Anthony R. Clarke to review the latest shifts in Consumer Data and its impact on small business innovation.

For small businesses across NYC, many struggle to integrate technology effectively within their operations. This BENYC session continues the previous exploration of popular online technologies and services that can help small firms reach larger audiences to increase sales. If you’re looking to grow your business through e-commerce, search marketing, or mobile development strategies this is the MasterClass Session you don’t want to miss! Led by Professor Anthony R. Clarke at NYU Tandon School of Engineering.

These are topic-specific sessions led by a seasoned business leader or subject matter expert. You will benefit from the mentor’s expertise and network with a community of fellow entrepreneurs.

Anthony Clarke

Professor NYU’s Tandon School of Engineering, Owner 3Wheels Tech
Expertise In: Engineering, Technology & Management  

Professor Anthony R. Clarke has demonstrated technical expertise and active leadership at NYU’s Tandon School of Engineering, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering department for ice a decade. In addition, Professor Clarke continues to have an active role in corporate Engineering leadership and management at several commercial, military, and aerospace companies.

In his over twenty-five years of experience in the academic and corporate sector, he continues to find common ground where both sectors can benefit. As Chief Technology Officer at the MVP Accelerator Inc., he has created a vehicle in which students can develop Intellectual Property while partnering with private sector stakeholders. Professor Clarke is a firm believer that a marriage between universities and private and/or not-for-profit sectors yields cutting-edge solutions to today’s Engineering and Business challenges.

One such mentoring project, designed and led by Professor Clarke, resulted in a contract award of $1 million to advance research and development into Smart Gun Technologies with applications for the NYPD and other commercial users



BE NYC Mentors is New York City’s inaugural mentorship program for Black entrepreneurs seeking to start a business. The program aims to increase the number of new Black-owned businesses in high-growth industries.

Black Entrepreneurs NYC (BE NYC), an initiative of the NYC Department of Small Business Services (SBS), is a groundbreaking model for a major American city to help create equity of opportunity by advancing Black entrepreneurship.

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