Like GW Start Ups? Check Out AthleteTrax

AthleteTrax was started a couple of years ago some several current GWSB undergraduate students after winning the GW Business Plan Competition.  Since 2012, AthleteTrax has been burning up the start up scene making appearances in Washington, DC and throughout the East Coast.

AthleteTrax is designed to provide a comprehensive solution that takes the headache and hassle out of managing an athletic team. The platform makes scheduling, communicating, and fundraising for teams effortless by giving them the ability to have a central team calendar, mass text message communicate, and reach a broad audience to raise funds for team dues and expenses. Furthermore, AthleteTrax can provide teams with the capability to build and track workouts and upload unlimited video content. All of this together is the ultimate solution for simple and effective team management.

Currently, AthleteTrax has made serious progress working with 48 teams and over 1,300 users at 18 different schools and 14 different sports at the high school/ college (NCAA/club) level.

The MBAA encourages you to visit the AthleteTrax website at www.athlete-trax.com.  Or if you know of an athlete or team that may be interested in signing up, encourage them to sign up for a free trial here www.athlete-trax.com/subscribe.

Oh, and their co-founder and CEO Jon Halpern is a pretty good guy, so feel free to contact him directly at jhalpern ( at ) athlete-trax.com for more information.

Join the GW Healthcare Club for a Brown Bag Session Tomorrow, Dec 4

GW Healthcare Club Event

Please join the GW Healthcare Club for a brown bag session to discuss  healthcare reform and the impact of the new federal law on individual  consumers and the healthcare industry. Dr. Brian Biles will give an  overview of the recent legislation and what the changes will mean for  the business of healthcare.

Event description:
Healthcare Reform: What it Means for Consumers and the Industry
Learn how the Affordable Care Act is changing the business of healthcare.
Brian Biles, M.D., M.P.H. GW School of Public Health &  Health Services

Wednesday, December 4, 2013
12:30 – 1:15 PM

Duques, Room 520
Call-in information: Conference number: (712) 432-1500 Access code: 518268#