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The next in The Mill's speaker series, this event will feature White Dog Labs CEO Bryan Tracy.

A look at the current patent models at The Mill. (Photo by Pauline Rubin)

The Mill Talks, the coworking space’s speaking series, is back and this one is about building strong partnerships between the private and the public sector, something that any startup with staying power should be capable of doing. Relationships can make or break the future of a company.
The Thursday, Dec. 15 talk will feature Bryan Tracy, the CEO of White Dog LabsMatthew Meyer New Castle County executive and Jessica Gibson, program director at the Women’s Business Center at First State Community Loan Fund.
Talks start at 5:30 at Theater N.
“The speakers will share thoughts about activities and initiatives that believe will positively impact the state of Delaware,” said Wilmington University business professor Dan Young, who is now executive producer of the Mill Talks. “The series is about trying to break down silos and facilitate conversation between different groups of people.”

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