Fri Oct 18, 2019 • 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Join Paul Foley for pitch preparation from 3-4 PM and Power Hours from 4-5 PM!
About Paul Foley
SUPERPOWER: Getting Revenue and Raising Capital
DISGUISE: Founder & Investor
MISSION: Democratize funding across the globe, make the barriers of entry for startups lower, and impact positively as many entrepreneurs as humanly possible.
READ MORE: https://paulnfoley.com/
About Power Hours at The Commons
Power Hours are weekly group sessions where entrepreneurs will meet with some of the most well-respected entrepreneurs, subject-matter experts and professionals in the region. Volunteer mentors share their entrepreneurial insights and provide feedback on startups, products or services, industries, or fledgling ideas.
It’s not a pitch event. Power Hours volunteers are here to help others navigate the entrepreneurial journey. It’s a chance for entrepreneurs to ask for feedback and advice that can help them meet their business challenges and goals.
Power Hours are held weekly at The Commons on Champa and are free and open to the entrepreneurial public. All participants are highly encouraged to attend the one-time Commons Community 101 to learn more about local entrepreneurial resources and best practices in building mentor relationships.
To learn more about becoming a Power Hours volunteer, click here
Date & Time
Fri Oct 18, 2019
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
The Commons on Champa
1245 Champa Street
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