| November 7, 2017
Internet entrepreneur John Crestani wants to inspire University of Colorado students to solve “big, hairy, audacious problems.”
“Instead of finding out how to create a business that has incremental value like creating a better hot dog stand or creating something where you can make a lot of money selling a product 10 percent cheaper than the competition, we’re in a time where we have all the resources available to solve really big problems that are in front of society right now,” Crestani said.
CU students intrigued by Crestani’s proposition can find him sharing this sentiment and more at 6 p.m. Tuesday on campus in Humanities 150. The talk is free and open to the public.
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