Being a founder can be a lonely journey but you're not alone. Startup Grind Sacramento in partnership with Startup Folsom and Granite City Coworking has created a support group for founders. If you are a founder that finds that you need help or if you are a successful entrepreneur that would like to help others, come join us and help our entrepreneurial community.
This support session will be moderated by serial entrepreneur Matthew Loughran and Granite City Coworking Owner Kyle Middleton.
More about Founders Anonymous can be found in this blog.
Granite City Coworking
20+ years as a business owner and entrepreneur. Encouraging small businesses and entrepreneurs through the life cycle of their business.
Office in Historic Folsom next to Granite City Coworking.
Specialties: Comprehensive risk management and retirement planning for individuals and small to midsize business. Auto Insurance, Home Insurance, Commercial Insurance, Life Insurance, Financial Services, Health Insurance & Disability Income Insurance.
We help customers manage the risks of everyday life, recover from the unexpected, and realize their dreams.
Our office is located next to Granite City Coworking in Folsom, CA. We are also close to El Dorado Hills, CA.
Owner of a State Farm ® insurance and financial services business.
Matthew is an accomplished senior executive and social impact entrepreneur in the emerging technology field. Matthew has deep-rooted experience in product-market fit with the FinTech, Web3, AI, and Health Tech space. In addition, he serves as executive advisor to social impact, fintech, and mobility startups, a blockchain smart contract audit and cyber security firm, and boards of non-profits. Whether in senior executive or consultant roles for corporate or agency organizations, Matthew has delivered brand and product development; launch and go-to-market strategy; customer acquisition methods, and systems.
Matthew possesses a history of multilateral stakeholder alignment across public, private, and faith-based sectors leveraging technology for social impact. Matthew has been instrumental in expanding fintech and Web3 adoption through global partnerships with NGOs, governments, faith-based organizations, and non-profits. Matthew is a Humanity 2.0 Patron Council member, a member of the Forbes Impact Community, and a recipient of the Laudato Si Impact Award in coordination with The Vatican Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development.
Matthew holds a B.S. in Biology and Marketing from Loyola University Maryland, and an Executive M.B.A. from Washington State University. In addition, Matthew is a certified Impact Measurement and Management specialist for the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals through Duke University Fuqua School of Business. Matthew also holds multiple certifications in strategic board service, including long-term growth, M&A strategy, cybersecurity, and strategic communications. Matthew is a respected contributor to many business publications and believes companies can deliver top-tier products and services while operating with a double or triple-bottom-line approach.
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