Allan Isfan of Favequest has taken up the challenge of connecting “the people that start companies, and the people that fund them” in Ottawa. This is the fourth regional venue. We’ve hosted events in Montreal and Toronto. The Communitech team is hosting a Founders & Funders in Waterloo on October 9, 2008. Ottawa is the next to pick up the torch.
Founders & Funders is a social event. It was conceived by the awesome Austin Hill and the preeminent Patrick Lauzon in Montreal. The goal was to provide a social setting to help bring the people that start companies and the people that fund them together. This is not a pitch event. It is an opportunity to find out who is doing and funding what in your region.
What is Founders & Funders?
Founders & Funders is a social event aimed bringing together the people that start the next big successful company with the people that fund these companies in their earliest stages. The event is social. It is not a pitch fest. It is not a DemoCamp. It is an opportunity to meet other entrepreneurs and funders in your local community. The goal is to help facilitate opportunities for people to meet, share and build relationships that will grow into the NEXT BIG THING.
Founders and Funders is dedicated:
- to helping Canadian entrepreneurs to meet each other;
- meet potential funders: angel, VC or other money sources;
- to have fun;
- and see how we can help each other create the NEXT BIG successful company.
How do I get involved?
The event is "by invitation only’ and is limited in terms of availability. Please send Allan Isfan [email protected] a note and let him know why you should participate. You will be contacted no later than October 20 with a confirmation, payment details and location.
|What:||Founders & Funders – Ottawa
Cost: $100 The event is "by invitation only’ and is limited in terms of availability. Please send Allan Isfan [email protected] a note and let him know why you should participate. You will be contacted no later than October 20 with a confirmation, payment details and location.
|When:||Wednesday, October 29, 2008 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM|
Ottawa, ON Canada