TechGround Early Stage 2023 might be your best chance yet to get in on the ground floor of some exciting startups. With only 7 days left of early-bird pricing, there’s no time to waste. Register now and join the growing community of entrepreneurs who are shaping the future!
The $249 founder pass gives you access to all of our events and discounts before they become available to the public. So don’t wait, buy your pass today and save!
Looking to jumpstart your business? Early Stage is the perfect event for you! This one-day workshop gathers leading experts from across a range of specialties so that you can gain the skills necessary to succeed. With guidance and support, you’ll get up-to-speed on what’s hot in your industry, and learn how to build a successful company. Don’t miss out – register today!
If you’re looking to learn about startup bootcamp basics and get started on your path to becoming a successful entrepreneur, this is the event for you. During this one-day event, you’ll learn about legal issues, fundraising, marketing, growth, product-market fit, pitching and more. You’ll also have plenty of time to network with other entrepreneurs.
Looking to explore a new topic or have some fun at an event? Check out our upcoming discussion on hit TV shows. This informational session will focus on discussing key plot points and character analysis from some of your favorite shows like Game of Thrones, Breaking Bad, and Stranger Things. Attendees will also have the opportunity to actively share their theories with one another during question and answer sessions afterwards!
Many founders are unaware that the rebuilding of foundational and broken industries is a key part of their business. Dayna Grayson, Investing Partner at Construct Capital, will talk about how investors can get involved in this space and what steps founders should take to pitch them. Beyond the idea itself, Grayson will cover how startups can enter and disrupt these markets.
One reason founders may be hesitant to pursue an accelerator or incubator is that they don’t know when the “right” time is to apply. In this talk, Harvard Innovation Labs executive director Matt Segneri will cover everything from the types of incubators and accelerators available to early-stage founders, to what startups should consider before applying, and tips for getting the most out of these ecosystems.
It can be tough to raise money when the economy is weak, but there are several methods you can use to survive and ultimately succeed. Silicon Valley’s funding market tends to be more immune to macroeconomic conditions than elsewhere in the world, but that doesn’t mean you have to give up on your dream. General Catalyst’s Mark Crane has extensive experience working with both founders and venture capitalists from all over Europe, as well as a deep understanding of the funding landscape in New England. He’ll share his expertise on how best to adapt your fundraising strategy when the economy begins to slow down.
The early-bird founder ticket offers college students the chance to get a deeper understanding of topics and skills that are essential to startup success. Founders gain valuable information about their company and themselves, potentially saving $200 on the full price ticket.