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Fundamentals for Startup Fridays
Fundamentals for Startup Fridays
WhenFriday, Jan 12, 2018, 12 – 1 p.m.
Campus locationFluke Hall (FLK)
Campus room3rd Floor, Idea Lab
Event typesInformation Sessions, Lectures/Seminars
Event sponsorsUPS

On this date, Greg Paley will be presenting "Creating the Business Narrative-aka the Minimal Viable Story."

Greg is a collaborative advisor to founders, entrepreneurs and investors in early-stage and fast growth companies in technology, internet, and eCommerce. He supports leaders so they can build realistic and defensible business models on their way to starting and scaling great companies. Greg has developed leadership frameworks and management models called Bend the Curve™, The Heart Question®, and The Minimum Viable Story™ so company’s can be scaled faster and smarter. Greg also advises professional investors so they can efficiently monitor the progress and improve communication with their portfolio companies.

Greg is an advocate for Smart Entrepreneurship™.  He provides guidance to C-Level managers, founders, and entrepreneurs on matters such as starting, funding, and growing their business. Together we leverage their ideas and solve issues relating storytelling, financial controls, and milestones; crafting business plans and developing sales and go to market strategies.

Greg supports stakeholders, founders, and entrepreneurs of start-up and early stage companies as they strive to build great companies that make meaningful differences in the world. Gregory founded NewMedia Holdings and is a former Business Mentor at Seattle SCORE. Greg has a BA from Whitman College and JD from the Seattle University.

Our Startup Fundamentals series aims to  provide our CoMotion Labs Community and ELC Community with FREE access to leading experts that can close the GAP in startup knowledge. These startup sessions will give startups, teams, students and community a chance to learn practical knowledge, as well as provide hands-on training, and networking opportunities with professionals in various branches of business.

Format of the Startup Sessions:
The startup sessions will have a topic and an area expert providing key insights and knowledge regarding the topic in a 20-30 minute seminar format. After the seminar, the attendees will break into working sessions to engage with the topic as it relates to them.

All seminars will be video captured and live streamed. Light refreshments will be served. These sessions are open to the public and you do not have to be currently affiliated with UW or a startup to join.

We hope to see you there!

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