Join us for a Startup Grind event in the VirBELA virtual platform, a joint promotion by all SoCal chapters!
We will be hosting this series all summer long in VirBELA's Open Campus, highlighting interesting business stories to help get us through these times from startups who are making a difference.
Mark your calendar for our next event, which will feature Nick Ortner, Founder of The Tapping Solution. Moderated by Craig Kaplan, head of Manhattan Beach Startup Grind and SVP of Sales for VirBELA.
Finding Your Balance in Uncertain Times
This week’s Startup Grind Summer Series event features Nick Ortner, Founder of The Tapping Solution. Join us as we explore Nick’s startup story and mission to bring into the mainstream a simple, effective, natural healing method known as Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) or “Tapping.” Tapping is a healing modality that combines ancient Chinese acupressure and modern psychology.
Featured Speaker: Nick Ortner
Nick Ortner, creator and executive producer of the hit documentary film The Tapping Solution, A Revolutionary System for Stress-Free Living. He also produces the annual worldwide online event, the Tapping World Summit, which has been attended by over 500,000 people. Ortner is a dynamic speaker, presenting breakthrough live tapping session around the world.
Note: this week’s event will take place in the Conference Hall, unlike past events which were held in the Auditorium.
HOW TO ATTEND IN VIRBELA
This event will take place in VirBELA's Open Campus, a 3D virtual environment. Please allow a few minutes to get VirBELA set up and customize your avatar prior to the event.
1. Download VirBELA.
2. Launch the application and customize your avatar.
3. If you have any trouble, consult the User Guide.
4. Once you enter the campus, click "GO TO" and select "Conference Hall."
If you have any trouble accessing the venue, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Important note: VirBELA must be installed on a desktop or laptop computer. Attendees will not be able to access the event from a mobile device.