Memphis company iScreen Vision will take part in a panel discussion Tuesday (Nov. 19) about the path the company has traveled from conception to a challenging growth period all the way to a recent $4 million round of funding.
iScreen’s leadership team and one of its investors will talk during that event in the Memphis Bioworks conference center about lessons the company has learned.
iScreen provides pediatric vision screen solutions for kids.
The event – at which lunch will be provided – starts at noon at 20 S. Dudley St. on the first floor. On hand will be iScreen Vision CEO Buck Brown, COO Darryl Jackson and Innova partner Jan Bouten.
Later that same day, meanwhile, the Bioworks conference center also will host the second Wolf River Environmental Job Training Graduation Celebration. That program at 6 p.m. will celebrate the graduation of nearly 70 unemployed or under-employed Memphians who received training through Memphis Bioworks Foundation as environmental technicians.