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Crash Course – Growing a Startup Amid Uncertain Economic Times

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On Wednesday, November 12th Silicon Flatirons is hosting a panel discussion titled Crash Course – Growing a Startup Amid Uncertain Economic TimesThe discussion will be held at Room 204 in the Wolf Law Building on the CU Boulder campus from 5:15pm to 6:45pm.  My partner Jason Mendelson will be speaking along with Ken Fugate of Square 1 Bank and Jim Cowgill of EKS&H.  Brad Bernthal, Brad Bernthal, Associate Clinical Professor and Silicon Flatirons’ Director of Entrepreneurship Initiatives, will be moderating.

It’s free – click here to register.  See you there.

  • http://kaljundi.com/ Jüri Kaljundi

    Some of my suggestions for how to survive and even more, take advantage of the recession as a startup can be found at http://kaljundi.com/2008/10/28/10-reasons-startup

  • http://customerinsightblog.wordpress.com/ Chris Westfall

    Would it make sense to have someone on the panel who is “growing a start-up amid uncertain economic times…”??

    • http://www.feld.com Brad Feld

      Hopefully there will be some in the audience that can ask them hard questions!

  • http://www.jasonmendelson.com Jason Mendelson

    Not mentioned on the site is Niel Robertson, CEO of Palio who is just starting a new business in Boulder.

  • Brandon Geiger

    Last Silicon Flatirons event was the guys from Lijit … very informative. I would encourage anyone considering attending to go.

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/bfeld bfeld

    Hopefully there will be some in the audience that can ask them hard questions!

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/jason4307 jason4307

    Not mentioned on the site is Niel Robertson, CEO of Palio who is just starting a new business in Boulder.

  • Jüri Kaljundi

    Some of my suggestions for how to survive and even more, take advantage of the recession as a startup can be found at http://kaljundi.com/2008/10/28/10-reasons-startup

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/brandongeiger brandongeiger

    Last Silicon Flatirons event was the guys from Lijit … very informative. I would encourage anyone considering attending to go.

  • Chris Westfall

    Would it make sense to have someone on the panel who is "growing a start-up amid uncertain economic times…"??

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