Invite only. Preparing presenting companies for the end of the year Demo Day presentation.Find out more »
Find the Accelerator application here: http://impactvc.com/showcase-accelerator/Find out more »
1 Million Cups Sacramento will feature Magilla Loans and Cloak and Dagger on 2/15. Join us for networking, coffee, and of course feedback for the entrepreneurs.Find out more »
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to sign-up for a half hour time slot with Mark from Diepenbrock.Find out more »
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Aaron Heinrich has nearly 30 years of experience working across a broad spectrum of corporate public relations and marketing communications. This includes developing and managing successful brand awareness and new product service launches for companies like T-Mobile, Microsoft, Amazon and the DLP group of Texas Instrument; and launching new companies in industries that include education, wireless, app development, sports, e-commerce and mobile payments.
He currently consults with companies on issues related to branding, positioning and awareness building, and is a contributing writer for Creating the Future of PR and New Atlas.
In particular, Aaron helps startups develop the three primary components necessary for establishing a cohesive brand narrative – Mission/Purpose, Value Proposition, and Differentiation – and the framework to deliver that narrative to important audiences like prospective investors, partners and employees. When a startup is ready, he can also work with the founders and their team to develop a go-to-market strategy.Find out more »
Josh Unfried is CEO at WindFarm Marketing, a California-based digital (inbound and social) marketing agency powering brands people love.
Hubspot recognized his agency as their Rookie Partner Agency of the Year in 2014 for success in delivering inbound marketing programs.
Contact Natalie at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up for a half hour time slot with Josh Unfried.Find out more »
You and a partner go in “50/50” on a new business. You do all the work, he owns half the company. Now what? Slicing Pie outlines a simple method for dividing equity in an early stage company that tells you exactly the right number of shares for each participant. All other methods of dividing up equity create problems- all of them. Slicing Pie gives you a way to acquire the things you need to build your business without cash. This is the perfect seminar for anyone who wants to start their own company. Based on the book Slicing Pie, by Mike Moyer.
About the Presenter
Mike Moyer is an award-winning speaker and career entrepreneur who has started companies, worked for startups, and held senior management positions at established businesses. He is now the managing director of Fair & Square Ventures, LLC, a company that provides growth consulting and early-stage investments. He is an adjunct faculty member at Northwestern University and the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business. He is the author of several business-related books including The Slicing Pie Handbook, Slicing Pie, Pitch Ninja, and Trade Show Samurai. He lives in Lake Forest, Illinois, just north of Chicago.Find out more »
Join us after 1 Million Cups on April 12th for a 30-minute Q&A with Meredith Finn, Director of Salesforce Ventures. Meredith will answer questions about corporate venturing, Salesforce Ventures, Salesforces 2017 initiatives, and much more. The conversation will be moderated by Impact Venture Capital's General Partner, Jack Crawford.
We hope to see you as we bring one of the world's most iconic tech brands to our campus virtually. Get here early as seats are limited and sure to go fast for this event.