The School of Business Center for Innovation and Ethics presents, “From Start-up Biolabs to Green Power: Johnson and Johnson’s Approach to Innovation and Ethics,” on October 3, 3:00, Business Building Lounge. A networking reception will follow. This event is open to the full TCNJ community.
Why is a Fortune 100 company helping hundreds of small healthcare entrepreneurs to get started? We’ll talk with Rich Minevich ‘08, who leads project management at JLABS, a life science incubator that provides residency and support for over 350 start-ups around the world.
Jed Richardson, Senior Director Environmental Stewardship, Johnson & Johnson, will discuss J&J’s efforts to ensure that over 35% of its electricity comes from renewable or clean sources, including solar and geothermal power.