McFerrin Methods

McFerrin Methods are thought-provoking workshops that provide an opportunity to network with entrepreneurial-minded individuals as well as expand your knowledge base. Most McFerrin Methods are open to Texas A&M current students, faculty, staff, and the local Bryan/College Station community. RSVP is required but all McFerrin Methods are free to all individuals.


McFerrin Methods: Investment Roles in Startups | October 15 | 6pm-8pm | @Startup Aggieland

For our October McFerrin Methods we’ve invited a panel of investors with backgrounds in Angel, VC and later-stage private equity investments for a discussion that highlights the role that each type of investor and investment can have in a company. The panel discussion will also compare/contrast key aspects of each, such as the type and stage of companies invested in, the amount of funding traditionally invested, as well as details around the typical timeline and size of return on investment.

Investor Panel: Alan Glowczwski, Omar Hakim, and Andrew Smith

McFerrin Methods: Launching Startups in the IT Industry | November 21 | 6pm-8pm | @Startup Aggieland

Our November McFerrin Methods will feature a panel of local entrepreneurs & mentors who will share their stories and successes in launching startups in the IT/Software Industry. Their discussion will highlight the current state of the industry and any key trends & opportunities that exist for innovation and entrepreneurs looking to launch in this space.

IT Panel: Jamieson Becker, Roger Edgar, Ross Morel, and David Smith

Interested in other topics we cover? Check out past workshops.