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Tuesday, October 10 • 12:00pm - 2:15pm
Served First, Still Serving: Servant Leadership & Social Innovation - Book Signing & Talks | 12:00 - 2:15 PM

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Bunker Labs' national network is excited to announce the Muster Across America Tour, presented by JPMorgan Chase & Co. The Muster in Austin invites Austin Startup Week, startups, entrepreneurs and innovators to come, bring their best ideas and develop new connections and insights. Last year’s event in Austin drew over 650 participants in partnership with Austin Startup Week. This year, The Muster in Austin will bring together participants and partners for a day-long event of inspiration from our Main Stage, a Marketplace for veteran entrepreneurs pitching and their businesses with demos, Canteen Snack Bar and #BunkerBrewsATX Happy Hour presented by Titos Handmade Vodka. Please join us to celebrate, showcase, and support our local and national military, veteran and military spouse entrepreneurs and to learn, inspire and make new connections. The Muster in Austin is a fundraiser for Bunker Labs Austin (501c3 Nonprofit) to continue programming in 2018 at no cost to service members and military spouses. $25 donations are greatly appreciated: http://bit.ly/MusterATX

Session Descriptions:

12 - 1PM: Registration hour will feature a book signing with Marjorie K. Eastman. 

1:30 PM: Marjorie K. Eastman talks about The Frontline Generation: How We Served Post 9/11, her experience serving in the military, and why military veterans today are on a mission to continue to serve. 

1:50 PM: Served First and Still Serving: Join Molly Mae Potter, with Dell and Ms. Veteran America 2016, as she moderates a conversation discussing the military service that has impacted who our panelists are and the social innovations they are focused on creating. Featuring re:3d and Gigabot, the world's largest, most affordable 3d printer.

About re:3d:

re:3D Inc.® is breaking through the current limitations of 3D printing to unlock new applications and growth markets worldwide. Gigabot, re:3D’s flagship technology, enables industrial strength, large format 3D printing at an affordable price point.  With build volumes starting at eight cubic feet and a robust construction, Gigabot can print objects up to 30x larger than competing desktop models. Currently, re:3d is scaling manufacturing operations, and exploring alternate materials and feedstocks with global leaders in material and life sciences as well as developing circular economy capabilities for Gigabot. re:3d is led by two of its co-founders: Samantha Snabes, Catalyst and CEO, is a reservist in the Air National Guard, and Matthew Fielder, Chief Technology Officer. 

About Bunker Labs Austin:

Bunker Labs is a national network of entrepreneurs founded by military veterans to help other veterans start and grow businesses. For veterans, by military veterans and the support of local communities, to empower veterans as leaders in innovation and entrepreneurship. This is a catalyzing event to stand up and strengthen this expanding network of military veterans, successful entrepreneurs, and the communities they serve.

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Tuesday October 10, 2017 12:00pm - 2:15pm
Capital Factory 701 Brazos St, Austin, TX 78701
  • Room 1st Floor Main Space

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