At Bootstrap Maryland's fourth big event, we're going to accept that our first big idea may not be the right one, and instead talk about how to get to that right idea and right business model. We want you to be ready for success, to know what to look for, to shift path--how to get to plan B.
You've moved on since your first relationship. You learned a bit, got hurt, and maybe you've even figured things out by now. Well, you're not going to get your first business idea right either. But if you still have money and a kickass team then there's nothing to stop you from swinging the bat again. But (perhaps like that first relationship) some ideas should've died long ago. In this panel we'll talk about how to experiment with your business ideas and business models so that you don't walk away broke and broken hearted...with your business. Instead, maybe you'll hit it out of the park on your second or third try. Score.
The panelists are absolute rockstars: Aaron Batalion and Hooman Radfar are founders of DC's two hottest startups, LivingSocial and ClearSpring. Tawheed Kader has had some major exits and now manages several startups, and he's coming down from Manhattan to lend some perspective on how to get started. And of course Paul Singh and Jared Goralnick, both who have had exits and run startups, will round things out. DON'T MISS THIS PANEL!
Bootstrap Maryland brings together young entrepreneurs and the necessary tools for running a lean and successful technology business. You can read more at www.bootstrapmaryland.com.
We're very proud to have excellent sponsors and partners for this event: Pillsbury Law is a global law firm with the experience to resolve any legal matter for your startup.
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Bootstrap M.D. brings together young entrepreneurs and the necessary tools for running a lean and successful technology business. You can read more at www.bootstrapmd.com.