Originally scheduled for April 4, 2019, this event is now postponed and will be held in the fall. Our apologies for this late change in our schedule.
As the fundraising process for early-stage startups grows ever-more competitive and and ever-more elusive, we invite you to take part in an event designed especially to answer the question: “What makes for a fundable venture?”
Join the MIT Enterprise Forum of Washington, DC & Baltimore and the American University Center for Innovation on April 4th from 5:45pm until 8:45pm for an evening filled with startup pitches, startup tabling, “open mic” elevator pitches, Q&A and discussion, during which a moderator, host and panelists will all comment and share their expertise on how successful entrepreneurs achieve early-stage financing. The event will take place at American University’s Don Myers Tech and Innovation Building Room 221 in Washington, DC. Please note that dinner is included and parking is free after 5pm.
Moderator: Edgar C. Harrell, EiR, Harrisburg University of Science and Technology and Managing Partner, Harrell Capital Partners
Panelists: Eric Koefoot, Founder and CEO, Public Relay Inc.; Dan Loague, President, DC Arch Angels; Judy Schramm, Founder and CEO, ProResource
Venture Presenters: Peter Tippett, Founder and CEO, Healthcelerate Inc.; Debra Cancro, Founder and CEO, VoiceVibes Inc.
Questions? Contact Mark Johnston at firstname.lastname@example.org