Startup Founder, gets up, burn and turn on your startup, this is the first day of TC Primary Level 2021: Marketing and Fundraising! Be prepared to build a school – in the best way possible – on the skills, tips and strategies needed to build a successful startup for every skilled organization. And, as the sign says, marketing is about marketing and raising funds – with plenty of experienced speakers to guide you. We’re going to highlight a few data-pack presentations on the tap today – just your whistle. But first, Ashley Barrington, founder of MarketPearl, describes how Early Stage 2020 is.
They were top investors, founders and trusted subject-matter experts – who offered unique insights based on personal experience – offering lots of sessions and speakers. You get great mentors by taking part in the sessions at an early stage. Check out the event agenda to find out what interests you the most. Remember, you have videos based on demand. If you need to do something or relax in two sessions you want to join the conflict relax you can catch everything you missed in your spare time.
Nailing your pitch: Companies don’t start at the moment the fundraising starts, but they can often end there your pitch nail is integral to success. Listen to Adina Teklu, principal of Khosla Ventures, on how to tell your story and how investors want to go further. How to capitalize on coaching: Cowboy Ventures partner Ted Wang has entered the legal world where he was a partner at Fenwick. In short, he has seen his early successes and failures as fair partners. At an early stage, Wang will explain the value of coaching for startup founders, including what different types of coaches can use, how to choose between them, and how to get the most out of a good coach.
What’s your story you may have an interesting product but it is an interesting story that brings your company in motion. In this session, Doug Landis, former Chief Storyteller and Box, Salesforce and Google’s GTM leader, will share with you key storytelling mechanics to help nail your source, product and customer stories that.