Building a successful startup is like training to be a successful athlete. Both require commitment, endurance, passion and an unrelenting quest to find that elusive edge that helps them win. This Wednesday night,November 5th at 6 p.m., their wish may come true. The MIT Triathlon Club has invited ENERGYbits® Founder and CEO Catharine Arnston to the MIT campus to share her game–changing insights about how to succeed as a startup or athlete. Startups and athletes looking for cutting edge solutions won’t want to miss this. The 6:00 p.m. talk is FREE and open to the public. RSVP’s are required.
ENERGYbits® is a five year-old Boston sports nutrition startup that sells algae tabs to athletes, fitness enthusiasts and busy consumers like entrepreneurs. Algae are the most nutritionally dense food in the world, but until now, its health and energy benefits have been virtually unknown outside of Asia. Thanks to ENERGYbits,® knowledge about algae is finally growing and so is the buzz about ENERGYbits®.
ENERGYbits® is not an overnight success story. As every entrepreneur knows, it takes hard work, passion and commitment to turn their vision into a bonafide success. ENERGYbits® has spent years educating athletes, runners and consumers about the benefits of algae. Their efforts are finally paying off as athletes coast to coast are increasingly selecting ENERGYbits® to fuel their race and improve their game, and entrepreneurs are using them to take their performance to the next level. All without caffeine, chemicals, sugar or gluten. Endorsements from high-profile athletes like NHL’s Andrew Ference and three-time USA Olympian David Oliver further confirm the buzz about ENERGYbits® algae is real. It’s only a matter of time before the rest of the world discovers what these pros already know: That it works.
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