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Emerging Tech Salon: Business Workshops for Technology Entrepreneurs – 11/29/12

Emerging Commerce Council

Thursday, November 29, 2012

1:30 PM to 3:00 PM

Many technology startup entrepreneurs would happily admit that they love nothing more than spending their days on product development. However, financial, legal, recruiting, sales and marketing are all aspects of businesses you cannot afford to neglect.

Join us at our next Emerging Tech Salon for a special afternoon off workshop breakouts as our featured speakers, who range in marketing and business expertise, will lead several intimate discussions.

The Emerging Commerce Council identifies and engages with business clusters that have economic growth potential – including signature, emerging and innovative industry groups. The Council aims to promote policies that will strengthen these industries, elevate their global reach, drive job creation and regional economic prosperity.

Business Workshops Include:

Preparing for your series A round
Structure your business and financial documentation and present your product in a manner that appeals to a wider pool of investors regardless of their background. Workshop leader: Ernst & Young

The art and science of a contract
Create the proper documentation, structure and language that clearly conveys the terms and conditions of a legally binding contract. Workshop leader: TBA

Social media and lead generation
Discover how to properly generate a social media community aligned with your product and generate qualified leads. Workshop leader: David Henzel,Partner/VP of Marketing,NetDNA

Recruiting and retaining talent
Develop a recruitment strategy that best communicates your mission, culture and product to appeal and retain the best and brightest employees for your company. Workshop leader: TBA

Location: L.A. Area Chamber, 350 S. Bixel Street, Los Angeles, CA 90017. Room: Board Room.

For more information, contact Jessica Duboff at 213-580-7558.

To register for this workshop, click on link:

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