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Getting Through a Downturn as an Entrepreneur
May 20, 2020 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 amfree to members
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve realized we’re in the midst of the worst economy in over a hundred years. We’ve recovered in the past – just how different will it be this time? Entrepreneurs everywhere are asking, what the heck am I going to do? Should you strap your business in annd weather the storm, soak in the rain, or slump into a puddle? It’s not a great time to be launching your entrepreneurial endeavors, but it’s the perfect time to learn and grow.
Join Marc Gorlin, accomplished entreprenueur, for a virtual town hall via Zoom. Register here!
Marc Gorlin is the founder and CEO of Roadie, a crowdsourced delivery service that provides businesses with a faster, cheaper, more scalable delivery solution. With over 150,000 verified drivers, Roadie covers 89% of U.S. households — the largest local same-day delivery footprint in the nation. Before launching Roadie, Marc co-founded and served as chairman of Kabbage Inc., which provides working capital to small and medium-sized businesses. To date, Kabbage has raised more than $500MM and has provided more than $7B in capital to more than 200,000 small businesses. Marc is a UGA graduate and an active speaker on serial entrepreneurship, innovation and venture funding.
Marc will be joined by Bert Ellis, Entrepreneur and early stage investor in primarily media, medtech/biotech, and fintech. K.P. Reddy, CEO & Founder of Shadow Ventures, will also provide insight.
This event is exclusive for members of our Shadow Startup community. Join now, it’s free!Register Here: