What can you learn from the founder of the WORLD'S Largest Entrepreneurial Community?
Many look to accomplish this goal, few achieve it. Even Houston still struggles with this feat.
Derek Andersen is the founder and CEO of Startup Grind, a community of over 200 Chapters in 98 countries serving over 1,000,000 entrepreneurs designed to educate, inspire, and connect those entrepreneurs.
About this event
How many people do you know have built the WORLD’S LARGEST entrepreneurial community?
What kind of WHY do you have to tap into in order to inspire so many people world-wide to step up and commit to building entrepreneurial communities in over 200 cities in 98 countries?
How do you get all these people moving in the same direction?
How do you remain a regular guy when rubbing shoulders with the highest echelon in Silicon Valley?
How can his success translate to building communities in other industries you want to build?
How does tech affect other communities - restaurant, energy, space, medical? What has Derek seen that could give you an edge on your startup?
Derek hears all kind of ideas coming from all directions ALL the TIME. What question would you ask the founder of the largest entrepreneurial network in the world? Now multiply that by 50, and you will walk away from this evening with a brain full of advice to rock your startup.
What is Derek building because he has the ear to hear opportunities?
How has he built teams that continuously improve?
How does he get independent thinking entrepreneurs from around the world to work together?