After a decade of helping other tech startups, I’m back to the CEO position at a venture of my own. Here are some highlights of the first 100 days.
Three early-stage investors gave advice for how and when to raise initial capital.
Three successful B2B startup founders discussed the sales and marketing strategies that got them off the ground.
ff Venture Capital hosted a chat about what VCs want to see in tech before they invest.
It’s important to keep in touch with the gatekeepers of an industry.
Stacklist hosted an event for three VCs to discuss what they’re looking for in 2023.
My monthly breakfast for founders and investors.
I look forward to this event every year… a time to relax with “my people”, a well-curated community of entrepreneurs.
Great to catch up with old friends, and meet new ones, at one of my favorite clubs for established entrepreneurs, the Founders’ Roundtable.
Two NYC startup friends: Lori (CEO of Cheek’d and Network’d), Andrew Cohen (CEO of Brainscape)
As part of our casting call for entrepreneurs, Lemonade Heroes took out a booth at a trade show for small business.
We set up shop at Eyal Bino’s great event series, “Worldwide Investors Network”, to meet and interview entrepreneurs from overseas.
What do pumpkins, toilet paper, and lemonade have in common? They all relate to heroes of entrepreneurship. After a few near-misses, I finally had an opportunity to meet up with Mike Michalowicz in person.
To get photos of entrepreneurs for the book and tv series, I rented a bar on a rooftop and set up a red carpet for business owners.
For an audience of small business owners, we offered “Websites that don’t suck”, as well as Training, Workshops, and Branding.