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EIR Workshop with Paul Miller: Living and Breathing an Entrepreneurial Life

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Research Park
EnterpriseWorks, 60 Hazelwood Drive
Mar 23, 2023   12:00 - 1:00 pm  
Cathy McArthur
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Join us on Thursday, March 23 from 12-1 pm for an EIR Workshop with Paul Miller. New EIR Paul Miller is no stranger to EnterpriseWorks; he is a co-founder of Agrible, one of our most famous graduates. In this talk, he will share lessons learned as well as advice for other entrepreneurs.

About the speaker: 

Paul S. Miller, PhD, has been creating science-based, intelligent systems since 2005. In 2014, he founded Agrible, Inc building the world’s first predictive analytics system that put critical knowledge into the hands of growers to manage their operations. With Agrible, he and his team launched the largest agriculture sustainability platform enabled by intelligent systems, which has characterized millions of acres of farmland across the US. Agrible was acquired in 2018 by Nutrien Ag Solutions for $63M and was a top 5 global Ag Tech acquisition at the time. Paul co-founded Flats or Spikes in 2020, where he is building a business using conversational, generative intelligent systems fine-tuned with domain experts to create quality of life for everyone.

Paul has a background in ML/AI and data science including publications and patents. Has led the development of ag tech platforms, mobile apps, data science, ML/AI systems, infrastructure, and ETL pipelines for science-based products. He also has led design and product development teams to build products using agile, user-focused methodologies. Paul also has a personal love of DIY music and playing drums and guitar. 

Experience: Agile Methodologies | AgTech Platforms | Product Development | Product Engineering | Startup Ideation | Business Development | Startup Acquisition

This event is free; however, registration is encouraged to ensure that we have enough food and seating:
If you have any questions, please contact Cathy McArthur at


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