Representative Cyrus Habib, 48th Legislative District.
Burt Hamner, Founder and CEO Hydrobee.
Casey Dilloway, Co-Founder Community Sourced Capital.
Michael Luni Libes, Serial Entrepreneur and Founder Fledge Accelerator.
Joe Wallin, Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine
Stephen McDonald, Attorney, Ryan, Swanson and Cleveland PLLC
Come and hear the leaders in the Seattle startup community talk about Crowdfunding. This is your chance to hear first hand from the experts, the key decisions you need to make and strategies you need to adopt if you are thinking about Crowdfunding your next venture.
We will have Seattle’s hero on Crowdfunding, Representative Cyrus Habib talk about HB 2023 and its implications to us. We will cover the key legal, accounting and marketing strategies you need to be aware of for Crowdfunding. You will hear first hand experience on raising money on Kickstarter, and what worked and what didn’t work. You will also hear about how you can use Crowdfunding to do market research and seed funding.
The evening will start with networking for startups, entrepreneurs, investors, advisors and everyone interested in the startup community, followed by panel discussion and QandA.
Limited seating available. Refreshments included.
When & Where
TiE, a not-for-profit global network of entrepreneurs and professionals, was founded in 1992 in Silicon Valley, California, USA. Although its birth name, The Indus Entrepreneurs, signifies the ethnic South Asian or Indus roots of the founders, TiE stands for Talent, Ideas and Enterprise. It is an open and inclusive organization that has rapidly grown to more than 58 chapters in 12 countries. TiE seeks to cultivate and nurture the ecosystem of entrepreneurship and free-market economies everywhere, as it sees this to be the single most powerful instrument of prosperity.
Besides its flagship event, TiECon--the largest professional conference for entrepreneurs, TiE now has a wide range of programs including Special Interest Groups (SIGs), TiE Young Entrepreneur, Leadership Series and most recently NEST (mentoring program).
Membership fees, event fees, and contributions from sponsors financially support TiE. These sponsors include some of the biggest names among corporations and service providers (venture capital, law, accounting, and consulting). They are also actively involved in various programs for TiE members while elected officials and volunteers manage the TiE operations and activities.
The membership structure of TiE includes Charter Members, who are invited based on their accomplishments and willingness to help the next generation of entrepreneurs. The general membership of TiE is open to anyone who pays nominal dues and can thus access the various activities and services, including mentoring by Charter Members.
TiE respects religious, ethnic and political diversity, and expects the same from its members. TiE does not have any political or religious affiliations. The values and beliefs of TiE reflect the culture and value system of the Silicon Valley: entrepreneurship and wealth creation are invaluable human endeavors, and successful entrepreneurs find fulfillment in helping budding entrepreneurs