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When Startups Stop
If I knew then what I know now...

July 20, 2000, 7:00 am, McLean Hilton, McLean, VA

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What: More important than the stories about "dot.bombs" and Web sites with [expletive deleted] names are the actual experiences of entrepreneurs who have started businesses that didn't exactly follow the original path, or end up where their founders had planned.

Join us and hear from a panel whose lessons learned will be of interest to any entrepreneur who is starting or growing a business. What are the signs -- inside the company, in the market, with strategic partners, service providers and funders -- that things are changing? Where do you turn for advice, for guidance?

Our panel will share the stories of their companies and how what they learned this time around will help them the next time.

 

Who: Panelists:

Patty Abramson
Managing Director,
Women's Growth Capital Fund

Jamey Harvey
CEO,
iKimbo
 

Mike Lincoln
Partner,
Cooley Godward, LLP

Jon Shames
Partner,
Ernst & Young 

Esther Smith
Principal,
The Poretz Group 

Email your questions in advance

 

When: July 20, 2000
7:00 am - 8:00 am Networking
Coffee & Doughnuts provided
8:00 am Program

 

Where:

McLean Hilton
7920 Jones Branch Drive
McLean, VA  22102
Phone: 703.847.5000

Parking - Free parking available on-site

Map showing the event location

 

Why: The Netpreneur Program is here to make a difference and the best way to do so is to talk with you and hear about your successes, problems and issues affecting your business. These informal networking and information sessions give netpreneurs the chance to exchange ideas, experiences and knowledge. And, they give us the chance to meet you!

Think of each session as an informal opportunity to stop in, meet us, meet other netpreneurs, and gain ideas for your net-centric business. Registration is typically limited to approximately 250 with first available seating given to netpreneurs and aspiring netpreneurs. The description of your company is, in essence, your ticket to attend as space is available. If you are a netpreneur, please make sure your company description covers the netcentric nature of your business or your business idea.

Cost: Made possible at no charge to the netpreneur community by the Morino Institute Netpreneur Program.

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