Below are a few highlights from events taking place for INNVO8 Lafayette throughout Lafayette on Friday, April 25. To find more details on these events and many more, visitwww.INNOV8Lafayette.com.
This workshop focuses on what Paris' period of civic investment can teach us about Lafayette's possibilities.
St. Landry has a 10,000 sq. ft. modern facility ready to be filled by entrepreneurs and executives looking for a place to launch. Rooms are built and ready to be occupied including a 4,000 sq. ft. warehouse with loading ramp that used to be the Daily World newspaper. Come tour the facility on the 1-49 service road just 20 minutes from Lafayette.
Lizheng Shi, Ph.D., Regents Associate Professor, Department of Global Health Systems and Development at Tulane University discusses his work with remote sensors in the home. This event is free, but registration is required.
Fred Trotter, Health Care Data Journalist at DocGraph Journal. The DocGraph Journal is the result of Fred’s efforts to create a comprehensive map of the healthcare system by showing how healthcare providers collaborate to deliver health care. This event is free, but registration is required.
Move ideas from dreams to execution through a simple one page strategic approach focused on goal setting, creating prioritization in key tasks, measuring success through key metrics and performance indicators to rapidly grow.
Learn the basics of game development for the iPhone and iPad through a step-by-step demo.
After 27 hours of innovating, the CajunCodeFest top teams will present their five minute project pitches focusing on “Aging in Place and the Internet of Things.” Award ceremony with cash and prizes to follow.
The Friends of INNOV8 VIP Suite available during Festival offers: indoor and outdoor gated spaces with first and second floor patios; heavy hors d’oeuvres from Zeus Cafe and Agave Cantina, bottled water, cash bar; seating, view of Parc Sans Souci, indoor restrooms; and mobile phone charging station. FOI membership includes two Friends of INNOV8 badges, which are required for admission. Children under 12 get in free when accompanied by adult member.