NJ Spark Summit heading to Hoboken September 13th
HOBOKEN, NJ: In less than one week some of the region’s savviest minds will come together to spark the innovation flame. The NJ Spark Summit, taking place on September 13th at Steven’s Institute of Technology in Hoboken, will connect entrepreneurs and creators to a viable base of resources needed to launch a sustainable, successful idea. The lineup of panels will provide potent insight into what it takes to build and maintain a startup.
Through the course of the day, prospective or interested entrepreneurs will learn from attorneys, venture capitalists, seasoned entrepreneurs & other professionals on what exactly goes into taking an idea to launch and beyond. The goal is to provide “real world” advice from those who have experience.
Panel topics to be discussed include the Lean Startup Methodology, early stage hurdles, a legal checklist, data-based decision making, sales, customer acquisition and retention, company culture, financing/capital raising, and finally, how to sell your company.
Attendees will hear about early stage hurdles “real world” entrepreneurs have experienced and what they did to overcome them. The panel of speakers pulls from many major areas of the technology, legal and financial fields. Guest speakers include David Sorin from Sorin Rand Attorneys at Law, Ryan MacCarrigan from Lean Startup Machine, Thatcher Bell from DFG Gotham, Greg Slamowitz from Ambrose, and Emilio Ragosa of Morgan Lewis, among many others.
The unconference is presented by the state’s largest tech-focused meetup group, NJ Tech, in conjunction with Jersey Shore Tech Meetup and ND20. Sponsors include Sorin Rand, TelAPI, Ambrose and Morgan Lewis. General admission tickets are $69; $49 for startups; $20 for students (with proper ID). The event will take place at the Howe Center, 4th floor of Steven’s Institute of Technology, For more information on the event or to purchase tickets visit www.njsparksummit.com or email email@example.com.