Startup Week Louisville 2021 Startup Week Louisville 2021

Lodgic Everyday Community — Louisville

552 E Market St, Louisville, KY 40202

Monday, September 20, 2021

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Advice from Coaches and Judges of the SXSW Pitch Competition
Kevin Rapp
Kevin Rapp
AppWell.Health, Co-Founder
Sivaram Arabandi
Sivaram Arabandi
AppWell.Health, Chief Data Officer

proven guidance along with stories of success and losses beyond the competition

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Startup Grind
Raffi Kayat
Raffi Kayat
borderless, CEO
Adam Robinson
Adam Robinson
Strategexe, Chief Marketing Officer

In this session, Raffi Kayat, the co-founder of borderless, a global payments company located in Louisville, KY, will share his entrepreneur journey and vision for borderless. Raffi has an inspiring story and much wisdom to share. Don't miss this conversation with Raffi hosted by Adam Robinson, the Director of Startup Grind Louisville.

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Seed Deals: How to Grow from Startup to Venture Capital (aka Chalktalk)
David Willbrand
David Willbrand
Pacaso, Chief Legal Officer

 “Chalk Talk” which covers the basic nuts and bolts of capitalization and fundraising from a legal perspective. We cover the instruments and structures used, with a heavy emphasis on demystifying the jargon.

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CX-Led Growth & Trends; Learnings From Analyzing 4,400 Early Stage Companies
Adam O'Donnell
Adam O'Donnell
Zendesk, VC & Startup Partnerships

We reviewed 4,400 early-stage companies to see how CX tactics/strategies at high-growth companies were different from slower growth startups. The data shows that while there is no one-size-fits-all approach, startup success stories have one thing in common: the ability to provide more holistic support to customers from the beginning. Founders and CX leaders will walk away with tactical steps to implement into their CX immediately.

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Locking Down Data Care: Lessons on How to Be Cyber Resilient
Colin Glover
Colin Glover
CISA, Cybersecurity Adviser/Cybersecurity KY State Coordinator

The Cybersecurity Adviser for Kentucky from the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) will provide a brief overview of what it means to be cyber resilient. Case studies and incident analysis will provide examples of real-world attacks and demonstrate best practices on how to become cyber resilient. The session will conclude with an overview of no-cost proactive and reactive federal resources that are available to assist organizations in achieving resiliency.  

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CVG Airport - "Pilot" Programming
Naashom Marx
Naashom Marx
CVG - Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, Senior Manager, Strategic Innovation
Stephen Saunders
Stephen Saunders
CVG - Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, Director of Innovation & Information Technology
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The power of co-creation: How involving your community can bring your product to life
Chris Naber
Chris Naber
FirstBuild, Senior Product Developer

FirstBuild, the innovation lab for GE Appliances, invents what’s next for the home. With a goal of launching 12 new products each year, the team relies on co-creation: involving the community every step of the way to create products people love. 

Today we tell the journey of FirstBuild's newest product: the Mella Smart Mushroom Fruiting Chamber.

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A Practical Guide for Breakthrough Innovation
Rami Goldratt
Rami Goldratt
Goldratt Group, CEO

Innovation is much more than coming up with a big idea. In this presentation, Rami Goldratt will describe the TOC (Theory Of Constraints) process for business innovation. Learn practical tools to focus on innovation that really matters, to learn how to structure a solution that provides exceptional value, to design effective business model, and to manage the execution phase.


Innovation is not the goal. The goal is to increase the value to our stakeholders. Innovation is a tool to improve our business viability. 

"Value is created by removing a significant limitation for the customer in a way that was not possible before and to the extent that no significant competitor can deliver" - Dr. Eliyahu Goldratt

We tend to confuse improvement with innovation. Most improvements even when they present new tools and processes, are not necessarily removing a significant limitation for our customers. 


Tuesday, September 21, 2021

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SSBCI 2.0: The Potential for KY Capital Formation
Kelby Price
Kelby Price
Kentucky Science and Technology Corporation, Executive Director, Venture Development
Eric Cromwell
Eric Cromwell
Cromwell Schmisseur, President
Dan Schmisseur
Dan Schmisseur
Cromwell Schmisseur, Founding Member

U.S. Treasury SSBCI Program

The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 includes a $10 billion reauthorization of the State Small Business Credit Initiative (SSBCI), a Treasury-administered federally funded economic development program intended to increase state capacity to support small business “access to capital” programs. “SSBCI 2.0” will provide the Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development with at least $82 million of federal funds. Join Cromwell-Schmisseur, a consulting firm that served as technical advisors to the U.S. Treasury for programs funded by SSBCI 1.0, to understand the potential for Kentucky entrepreneurship through SSBCI 2.0.

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Noble Funk: The Entrepreneurial Trials & Tribulations of Opening a Retail Establishment
Dominique Shrader
Dominique Shrader
Noble Funk Brewing Company, Project Manager

Starting up a family-owned and operated business in the world of food and beverage always presents an adventure. Doing so in the midst of a global pandemic brings its own set of unforeseen challenges. Dominique Shrader provides her perspective on the trials, tribulations, and lessons learned from bringing Noble Funk Brewing Company from concept to reality.

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The emergence of Space Tango and the future of humanity in deep space
Kris Kimel
Kris Kimel
Space Tango, Co-Founder

The emergence of Space Tango, the 21st century of commercial space and the future of humanity in deep space

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5 Things Happening Behind Closed Doors At A VC Fund
Rob May
Rob May
PJC, General Partner

What happens behind closed doors after you present to a venture capital firm?  Join us to hear Rob May, a General Partner at PJC, talk about the hidden dynamics of venture.  Rob will explain partner politics, how deals get done or denied, and why VCs are reluctant to tell you the truth.

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To code or not to code? That is the question
Brad Farley
Brad Farley
Growth Stage Operations, Owner

Depending on who you ask, there is a "no-code revolution" happening. Various platforms suggest their interface and tools can replace the need for syntax coders and empower creatives to build and manage their own tech company, but is that true? Join Brad Farley of Growth Stage Operations out of Lexington, KY as he discusses the benefits and tradeoffs of no-code and low-code platforms, provides some background and ultimately helps you decide whether no-code is right for your business.

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Wave Kentucky Whiskey 2021 Digital Fund
Ben Tsai
Ben Tsai
Wave Financial, President & Managing Partner

Last year’s Fund, despite commencing at the onset of the pandemic, received numerous nods from Forbes, Barron’s, and Institutional Asset Manager to name a few. The Fund won the coveted TADS Best in Class Asset Backed Token award since it offers fractional shares to a portfolio of whiskey barrels, providing exposure to the aging of Kentucky whiskey, a hard to access asset class with promising returns.  For the 2020 Fund, we purchased 2,700 barrels at less than $1,000 per barrel to be sold in 4 years for an anticipated $3,000 - $5,000 per barrel. If this target is reached,  the Fund may attain a 20% target return and estimated 2.3X investor equity multiple.  Our research indicates that whiskey is typically resilient in economic downturns, as during the 2007-2009 crisis, year-over-year sales by volume decreased only once by less than 1%. Similarly, despite declines in 2020 due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, the whiskey category is projected to grow revenue every year through 2024.

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Wine & Spirits Innovation: Anatomy of the SimpleLabs Startup & Lessons Learned
Mike Slone
Mike Slone
Simple Labs, CEO

This session is a case study on how an industry disrupting company within an ancient industry was created during Covid. It will cover the design, engineering, technical and security challenges involved. It will also walk through the vision statement, how research and development, the business plan, company organization, investment rounds and other details were completed during a long term lock down. The company recently completed its first round of funding and is in R&D for the prototype device in Silicon Valley.

Wednesday, September 22, 2021

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KY innovation - State update
Anthony Ellis
Anthony Ellis
KY Innovation, Acting Executive Director

2021 State of Innovation Annual Address and 2022 Outlook

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Understanding Angel & VC Investor Operations - Local Investor Panel
Kelby Price
Kelby Price
Kentucky Science and Technology Corporation, Executive Director, Venture Development
Sue Baggot
Sue Baggot
Power Within Consulting, Founder
Joe Noonan
Joe Noonan
Bluegrass Angels, Fund Manager
Katie Birge
Katie Birge
M25, Associate, Head of Platform
Candice Rezvanian
Candice Rezvanian
KSTC, Venture Finance, VP of Ops

Join us as we sit down with investors to learn how they operate, process investment decisions, and manage their portfolio. They’ll take us through their communication and referral preferences, what gets their attention, what they look for in an opportunity beyond thesis and criteria match, the intricacies of their evaluation process that aren’t obvious, and share insights on what they see for the future of getting funded. 

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How to build a kickass Network (Techstars)
John Hill
John Hill
Techstars, VP of Network

Learn the tools, the approaches and the results of the networking techniques that power the most effective entrepreneurial network in the world, Techstars.

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Lessons from innovators around the world
Alex Lazarow
Alex Lazarow
Cathay Innovation, Partner
Bryce Butler
Bryce Butler
Access Ventures, Managing Director

Globalization of innovation, importance of impact, being a "camel", and ecosystem building are a few topics to be discussed in this fireside chat with impact investor and author of the book "Out Innovate", Alex Lazarow, about "How Global Entrepreneurs from Delhi to Detroit Are Rewriting the Rules of Silicon Valley"

The fireside chat will be directed by Bryce Butler, Founder and Managing Director of Access Ventures


"Alex Lazarow has provided us with an up-to-date map of the fast-moving world of innovation: how it works now and where it is headed. Out-Innovate is a must-read for all current and prospective entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, and every business leader with a plan to grow."--Bill Draper, cochair and co-founder, Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation


"Alex Lazarow's incisive and much-needed book tells a story that has long been ignored: Innovation is thriving globally, from Bangalore to Beijing, yet often looks different than in Silicon Valley. The global lessons in Out-Innovate are paramount for entrepreneurs everywhere."--Nandan Nilekani, Nonexecutive Chairman and co-founder, Infosys


"With vivid storytelling, Lazarow describes and defines how innovation occurs on the 'frontier'--nascent urban and rural startup communities in developed countries as well as in emerging markets. A must-read for entrepreneurs and startup-community developers all over the world."--Brad Feld, Partner, Foundry Group; co-founder, Techstars; and author, Startup Communities


"In Out-Innovate, Alex Lazarow provides an outstanding perspective on how startups and entrepreneurs can succeed no matter where they originate--in a mega city like Chicago or a more rural environment like Cedar Rapids."--Penny Pritzker, former United States Secretary of Commerce


"Some of the most exciting venture-investment possibilities over the next decades are sure to come from emerging economies. In Out-Innovate, Alex Lazarow illustrates this immense opportunity in great detail and explains the critical strategies necessary to capture it."--David Vélez, founder and CEO, Nubank


"Out-Innovate proves that frontier entrepreneurs face entirely different challenges than their Silicon Valley peers and that the canon of the Valley should no longer be taken as gospel. This book is a must-read for any entrepreneur building a business and any VC who doesn't want to be left behind."--Linda Rottenberg, co-founder and CEO, Endeavor


"Startups are one of the most important forces for change. But far too many regions have fixated on the Silicon Valley model as the only way to build a startup ecosystem. Out-Innovate takes you on a tour of innovative entrepreneurs and companies around the globe, to provide a guidebook on how to successfully start and scale world-changing businesses wherever you might be."--Chris Yeh, coauthor, Blitzscaling and The Alliance


"Out-Innovate is replete with inspiring and instructive stories of innovation from around the world. Whether in middle America or middle Africa, it's a go-to book for anyone with an idea for starting and scaling a business."--Diana Farrell, president and CEO, JPMorgan Chase Institute"Silicon Valley is a source of inspiration for many tech entrepreneurs around the world, but innovation coming from emerging countries, Africa, and other locales beyond the Valley is now raising the game. In his captivating book, Alex Lazarow vividly describes this changing context and the strategies required to succeed within it."--Sacha Poignonnec, co-founder and co-CEO, Jumia


"This important book articulates rich new models for local and global entrepreneurs looking to engage on those markets' terms. This book could not be more timely."--Christopher Schroeder, author, Startup Rising


"We need to move beyond the Silicon Valley 'playbook' for startup innovation. In this trenchant work, Alex Lazarow shows that there are new principles and practices that apply in quickly changing conditions of scarcity and adversity. In other words, wherever you are."--Vijay Shekhar Sharma, founder and CEO, Paytm"Lazarow's book will not only inspire you with its global stories of innovation, it will give you real models to follow. Wherever you are, if you have an entrepreneurial idea, you need to read Out-Innovate."--Mudassir Sheikha, co-founder and CEO, Careem



Alex Lazarow has worked at the intersection of investing, innovation, and economic development across the public, private, and social sectors for more than a decade. He is a venture capitalist with Cathay Innovation and was previously with Omidyar Network. He is a Kauffman Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations term member, and an adjunct professor specializing in social-impact investment and entrepreneurship at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey. He is a graduate of Harvard Business School and the University of Manitoba.
You can find Alexandre Lazarow at twitter.com/alex_lazarow or at alexlazarow.com.

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State of Kentucky University Commercialization
Ian McClure
Ian McClure
University of Kentucky, Associate Vice President for Research, Innovation and Economic Impact; Exec. Director, UK Innovate
Allen Morris
Allen Morris
Commercialization EPI-Center, University of Louisville, Executive Director
Monique Quarterman
Monique Quarterman
Kentucky Commercialization Ventures, Executive Director
Taunya Phillips
Taunya Phillips
Office of Technology Commercialization at University of Kentucky, Director
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Building a Story With Data
Bill Reynolds
Bill Reynolds
Element 502, President

Data is just data without a story. By using mobile data, analytics, and analysis, you can build a story to help make decisions for businesses and customers. The amount of data available for use continues to grow. Bill will show you some examples and use cases of just how powerful good data can be.

Thursday, September 23, 2021

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University Innovation, Funding Technologies, & Paying It Forward For Future Founders
Bryce Butler
Bryce Butler
Access Ventures, Managing Director
Landon Young
Landon Young
Elevate Ventures, Executive Director of University Initiatives
Ian McClure
Ian McClure
University of Kentucky, Associate Vice President for Research, Innovation and Economic Impact; Exec. Director, UK Innovate
Natalia Bishop
Natalia Bishop
University of Louisville, Director of Innovation & Entrepreneurship
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Fireside chat: Building a Brand – Brand Inception to Scaled Operation
Dan Ratterman
Dan Ratterman
Shady Rays, COO
Chris Ratterman
Chris Ratterman
Shady Rays, Founder & CEO
Alli Truttmann
Alli Truttmann
Wicked Sheets, President & CEO

This session has a lot to do with getting started and the pains that come with growth. There are a lot of lessons to be learned here - What to do when with few/limited resources, lessons learned from marketing campaigns, building a team, voice of the customer, supply chain and more...

DON'T MISS THIS ONE!

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You Are Never Too Young To Start
Natalia Bishop
Natalia Bishop
University of Louisville, Director of Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Natasha Sams
Natasha Sams
Governor's School for Entrepreneurs at KEENStart, Executive Director
Malcolm Muhammad
Malcolm Muhammad
Project G.E.L.
Ricky Mason
Ricky Mason
BrainSTEM University, CEO
Mary Taylor
Mary Taylor
Kentucky Department of Education’s Office of Career and Technical Education, Training and Development Specialist

Diverse Paths for Youth Entrepreneurship Youth populations are expected to rise considerably in the coming decades. Challenges such as rising urbanization rates, technological changes, migration, and trade will impact labor markets around the world. Technology will bring significant changes to the labor market. Some estimate that 65 percent of school children will work in jobs that do not exist today. Moreover, technology is already affecting the skills requirements of most occupations. Many young people will decide to become entrepreneurs – and they will need financial resources, mentorship and connections, access to technology, and a set of skills in order to succeed. We need to lay the groundwork for this now. This panel will feature speakers working to support young entrepreneurs in Louisville. The panel will focus on the entrepreneurship experiences youth are having in our community today and identify some of the main challenges and opportunities to become an entrepreneur as a youth, how technology has impacted entrepreneurship, and what support is required to enable youth to solve social problems in their communities around the world.

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Innovatemap's Fundamentals of Product
Christian Beck
Christian Beck
Innovatemap, Executive Partner, Growth Strategy & Design

A better product is marketable, valuable, and useable - buyers want it, it solves problems, and users adopt it. Today's consumer has expectations around the products they use. User experience has gone from being a nice-to-have to being table stakes. Product management has become a must-have for learning user requirements and using those and business goals to drive prioritization in building the right product. Product marketing is a discipline that few companies have built into their organizations but is non-negotiable in taking a product to either an internal organization or an external market.


We'll discuss what today's product fundamentals are and share case studies and examples of why these fundamentals matter. You'll walk away with not only an understanding of what it takes to build better product but applicable takeaways and next steps based on where you are today.

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Truly Impactful Solutions: The Impact Gap Canvas
Natalia Bishop
Natalia Bishop
University of Louisville, Director of Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Emily Stuhldreher
Emily Stuhldreher
GiveBackHack, HQ Staff

The age-old story of social innovation is plagued by the idea of a well-intentioned person trying to solve a social problem they have never experienced and not only failing but harming the people they were hoping to help. In this hands-on interactive workshop, you'll gain an understanding of how to approach social innovation for truly impactful solutions. This workshop will also cover why we need to spend more time apprenticing with the problem rather than trying to be founders.

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See yourself here - Student Innovation Showcase
Keionna Baker
Keionna Baker
Amplify, Director of Community Engagement

During this session, you will hear from multiple student startups from Bellarmine, UK, and UofL - they will present their companies and then be on a panel discussion speaking to the advantages and challenges of being a student founder, how other founders/resources/the community could be of support to each other and these students, and what's next for them. 

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Friday, September 24, 2021

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Creative Mornings
Jason Clark
Jason Clark
Via Studio

"CreativeMornings is a free breakfast lecture series with volunteer-led chapters in 223 cities and 67 countries around the world. Since 2008, we have provided an accessible (and fun) place for creative communities around the world to meet up, make friends, and get inspired.  This month's event will be extra special as we continue to blur the lines between innovation, entrepreneurship, and creativity, we celebrate the leadership of those who have helped us grow into one of the biggest and most robust CM chapters in the world and welcome a new chapter in our story and explore the topic of DARE with Jason Clark of Via Studios.

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ART WORK: Best Practices in Creating Your Business
Soozie Eastman
Soozie Eastman
Filmmaker, President, 502 Film Collective
Bill Wingate
Bill Wingate
Wingate CPA LLC, Film Tax Incentive, Business Valuation & Litigation Services
Erin Roark
Erin Roark
180 Degrees Productions, In-house Counsel/Producer

Excelling in your area of artistic expertise (filmmaker, photographer, graphic designer, painter etc) is one thing, but building yourself and your art as a business is another. Join us to learn the basic legal and financial steps you should take to protect yourself, your work, and your income.

Presented by 502 Film Collective

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Corporate Intrepreneurship: Driving Innovation through Partnerships with Industry Startups
Dan Robbins
Dan Robbins
Provi, Senior Director, Commercial Analytics & Data Strategy
Eric Bickel
Eric Bickel
Papa John's International, Director of Data Science

During this session, Dan Robbins and Eric Bickel will discuss their experiences in developing and honing an organization’s analytics capabilities through investing in an industry’s startup community. Specifically, they will speak to the role of educating and influencing leaders within an organization to embrace and develop trust in new ideas, new sources of information, and new technologies within the industry, with a particular focus on startups with disruptive potential.

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ART WORK: Capital for Creatives (In-person only)

So you have the next best idea for a film or other visual art project, but now what? Learn tips for writing and finding grants, what grant makers are looking for, how to find and pitch your project to investors and other financial artist-support streams that exist to help you take your idea from concept to completion.

Presented by 502 Film Collective

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Measure What Matters: Connecting Strategy To Operations & Improvement
Jim Papp
Jim Papp
Mindful Metrics, Owner & Principal Consultant

Measure what matters - learn - improve....repeat.

What important lessons about measurement and improvement can we take away from the movie Moneyball? Stop in to find out. Join for an interactive session focused on measurement as foundational to innovation and success. We'll explore basic decision models, the translation of data to information, and the practical application of these concepts and methods using case studies and industry examples. 

 


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ART WORK: Marketing & Branding (In-person only)

Your final product may be a masterpiece, but what's the effort without an audience? Now it's time to grow your brand and your following. Building your visibility from your website, social media presence, SEO integration, podcasts, festivals and contests, we focus on how to promote yourself as an indie artist.

Presented by 502 Film Collective

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No luck at the bank? CDFI's and their economic impact on a startup community
David Taliaferro
David Taliaferro
Lenderfit, Co-Founder & CEO
Mary Ellen Wiederwohl
Mary Ellen Wiederwohl
LHOME, Interim President & CEO
Keisha Deonarine
Keisha Deonarine
Park Community Credit Union, Executive Director of Philanthropy and Corporate Relations

Join us as we talk about this little known industry that's entering a golden age due to the pandemic, and how if you've you might be able to access capital form a CDFI when mainstream lenders are saying "not yet."


When it comes to financing a little known act of congress in 1970 called the "CRA act" spawned an entire industry. Banks would be required to provide capital non-profit entities that are known as Community Development Finance Institutions. As banking became more profitable, and more national vs local, the minimum threshold for deal size and what type of deals they were willing to work on continued to grow (along with the requirements for approval). Small businesses were, and still are, the lifeblood of the American economy. Thus, this act established a flow bank capital out to certified non-profit lenders who are focused on loan amounts under $50,000. 

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User-Led Marketing
Garrett French
Garrett French
Citation Labs, Founder

Great products sell themselves. Accelerating that growth requires a user-led marketing strategy that centers your messaging on the product's user-outcomes and optimzes for channels where your non-users go to learn, grow and network.


In the User-Led Marketing session we cover a framework for rapid development and deployment of effective user-led messaging, followed by Q/A and messaging brainstorming with attendees.


Garrett French is the founder of Citation Labs, an Enterprise Link Building Agency based in Louisville, KY.

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ART WORK: Headshot Session 1
Steve Squall
Steve Squall
Photographer

Just because you are behind the camera (brush or computer) doesn't mean you should go without an image that captures the spirit of who you are. Register to have your headshot taken for free by Steve Squall between 1:30-3:30p. We will go in order of arrivals during our two sessions. Early arrival suggested. Limited to 30 individuals.

Registration is limited to those who have registered for and attended a minimum of 2 of the ART WORK sessions from 10a-1p that day and we ask that you only sign up for one headshot slot per person.

Separate registration is required for this session. Please visit https://bit.ly/3hCyd7j to secure your space.

Presented by 502 Film Collective

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Cash flow basics: The lifeblood of any business
Neil Kane
Neil Kane
University of Notre Dame, Director, ESTEEM Curriculum and Capstone Advising

You might assume that as your business grows your need for outside capital will go down. This assumption is often WRONG. In this engaging talk, based on a first-hand experience of selling a highly innovative product on Amazon.com which saw sales increase 10x in the first year, you will learn how this quick growth caused a severe cash flow shortage for the company…and how it overcame this challenge. Spoiler alert: It has a happy ending.

 

A leading authority on technology commercialization, entrepreneurship and innovation, he is a faculty member in the ESTEEM Program at the University of Notre Dame and is the former Director of Undergraduate Entrepreneurship at Michigan State University where he led the program to a Top 25 national ranking in 2 ½ years. He has been the CEO of over a dozen startups ranging from consumer products to software to nanotechnology. Kane is the former co-Executive Director of the Illinois Technology Enterprise Center at Argonne and was EIR at the University of Illinois. Earlier he held engineering, sales and business development positions at IBM and Microsoft. He holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Illinois and an MBA from The University of Chicago. Named a 2007 Technology Pioneer by the World Economic Forum, he twice attended their annual meeting in Davos. Recognized for Outstanding Entrepreneurship by the National Science Foundation. Twice an invited witness on tech transfer for the U.S. House of Representative’s Subcommittee on Research & Science Education. Contributor to Forbes.com and co-author of The Innovator’s Secret Formula.

www.linkedin.com/in/neilkane

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ART WORK: Headshot Session 2
Steve Squall
Steve Squall
Photographer

Just because you are behind the camera (brush or computer) doesn't mean you should go without an image that captures the spirit of who you are. Register to have your headshot taken for free by Steve Squall between 1:30-3:30p. We will go in order of arrivals during our two sessions. Early arrival suggested. Limited to 30 individuals.

Registration is limited to those who have registered for and attended a minimum of 2 of the ART WORK sessions from 10a-1p that day and we ask that you only sign up for one headshot slot per person.

Separate registration is required for this session. Please visit https://bit.ly/3AgiQsG to secure your space.

Presented by 502 Film Collective