WHAT? A WORKSHOP?
For our first-ever Startup Grind workshop, we’re focusing on one of the most pressing issues entrepreneurs face generating revenue and securing funding!
We are partnering with FarShore Partners, a company that has worked with dozens of startups and Fortune 500 companies to design and build all kinds of applications.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This is a workshop for entrepreneurs who have an idea and need insight on how to ‘Bubble Gum and Duct Tape’ your company and product into revenue and/or funding. We'll talk about how to get started, go over a review of commonly used tools and platforms to launch your idea quickly and discuss how to use these tools to identify product-market-fit and validate your business.
GET 1-ON-1 SUPPORT
Afterward, there will be an extended period for open audience Q&A where entrepreneurs can ask for guidance and specific thoughts on products they can use to support their current or upcoming ventures.
Spots are limited, so get your ticket ASAP!
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Principal Solutions Architect
JC Garrett serves as the day to day operations leader of FarShore. He started with FarShore in its early stages 10 years ago and has worked closely with hundreds of startups to be a strategic leader in their tech and business planning processes. While software development is FarShore’s business, JC always looks at tech with the end goal of creating profitable and sustainable ventures who can raise money, scale operations and grow revenue.
Scott Roberts has extensive software design/build experience in startup applications including finance/trading, distributed point-of-sales, and production. Scott was the former CTO of Chicago-based startup Farmer's Fridge and currently serves as the principal solutions architect for FarShore Partners. Scott’s experience allows him to help FarShore’s new customers visualize and plan their entire technology roadmap, from MVP creation to ongoing support, IP development, and budgetary planning.
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