Wednesday, July 29, 2020
Where do most founders go wrong? Where do most investors go wrong? It’s all about how they build relationships. But what does it actually mean to build a relationship for fundraising? In this talk we will discuss how to successfully build long term business relationships and how that applies to fundraising and network building. As a group of seasoned fundraisers, we are going to dig into the bolts and nuts of what healthy founder-investor-mentor relationships and conversations look like overtime, as well as, discuss some of the challenges in the fundraising landscape. From congress, to building new funds for underserved regions, or building platforms to democratize fundraising, this group of speakers is dedicated to making fundraising more accessible and straightforward and will undoubtedly be sharing some gems!
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Grab a coffee or drink of choice and join us for some fun catching up with the legend, John Hill, and the Techstars network! We'll be using Icebreaker, where you can meet other founders directly and share conversation topics.
When you're ready, join us here: https://icebreaker.video/events/XMnyI5KvdxbyQmQJqb76
How do you build a company with remote employees from the very beginning? We'll talk with four Techstars Anywhere founders at different stages who are doing just that. We will discuss hiring, onboarding, culture, processes, challenges and benefits. If you've recently gone remote or are considering making the move to remote join us for this panel discussion.
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Thursday, July 30, 2020
Join us for a live discussion with Brad Feld, co-founder of Techstars and partner at Foundry Group. Brad is also co-author of the new book, The Startup Community Way: Evolving an Entrepreneurial Ecosystem. In this new book, Brad explores what makes startup communities thrive and how to improve collaboration in these rapidly evolving, complex environments. Founders are the building block to startup communities around the world, and we need founders to grow innovation in regions around the world.
Join Brad to learn how Techstars founders and network can get involved in their local ecosystems and help move communities forward.
Natty Zola will revisit founders from previous classes to discuss what life looks like for them five years after they started their Techstars journey.
Grab a coffee or drink of choice and join us for some fun catching up with the one and only Ramzy Ismail and the Techstars network! We'll be using Icebreaker, where you can meet other founders directly and share conversation topics.
When you're ready, join us here: https://icebreaker.video/events/kGKwn3deAidaC1ElilZy
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