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VEF Momentum Connect: Bootstrapping to Success
10 Nov 2009
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Nuba Restaurant (207 W Hastings)
Discount – $5.00
Regular – $10.00
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After a short summer break, the VEF Momentum team is kicking off its 2009-2010 series of speaker and networking sessions with "VEF Momentum Connect: Bootstrapping to Success".
As part of our "Momentum Connect" series, this event will feature a speaker and Q&A session, as well as ample networking time to help aspiring and early-stage entrepreneurs connect with the people, resources and answers they need to success - all in an inviting, fun and casual environment.
Our speaker for the evening will be Jason Bailey founder and CEO of KITN Media and SuperRewards. Using his own finances, Jason co-founded SuperRewards with two fellow entrepreneurs with the premise of monetizing virtual currencies. Almost immediately the service took off generating millions in revenues. It was acquired by AdKnowledge shortly thereafter for amount rumored in the tens of millions.
Jason will share his lessons and experiences on bootstrapping a start-up company with a killer business model and what young entrepreneurs can do to replicate SuperRewards meteoric rise to the top.
More great things you can expect:
Excellent company and a comfortable environment to meet a diverse crowd of established entrepreneurs, up and comers, investors, mentors and professionals.
Delectable refreshments from Nuba's creative appetizer menu. Arrive early to sample the best!
Trendy and comfortable atmosphere to network with new acquaintances and catch up with people you haven't seen in a while!
You can expect to meet:
Young technology entrepreneurs from across the city.
Student entrepreneurs from universities and colleges across the Lower Mainland.
Early-stage, first-time entrepreneurs talking about their start-ups.
Venture capitalists and angel investors.
Established entrepreneurs with wisdom to share.
Service providers from the accounting, legal and finance fields as potential mentors.
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