Entrepreneurs have been driving the growth of our country since it was founded. From a tech standpoint, we’re at ground zero globally for tech innovation. So what makes them tick? How are they different from other people? Are they born this way? From another planet? Well, probably not, but there is something unique that has them create a business and jobs from nothing, forgoing the security of working for someone else.
Find out this Wednesday evening at another excellent event put on by St. Mary’s Graduate School of Business in Moraga, sponsored by MassMutual Financial Group and Northwestern Mutual Financial Network.
Come join us in a conversation with successful entrepreneurs from various industries, to hear their stories, their lessons, and most importantly, their practical tips on how to get your company started, now. Moderated by Randy Williams, founder of the Keiretsu Forum, the world’s largest angel investor network, this dynamic panel is sure to inspire and motivate you with useful tips that you can immediately apply as you explore entrepreneurship.
If you go, you must register.
Date: Wednesday, June 2, 2010
Time: 6:00 to 6:30 p.m. – Registration, Networking
6:30 to 8:00 p.m. – Panel discussion, Q&A
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JP McDermott is a financial services and insurance advisor in Walnut Creek, CA. specializing in career transitions. He is also a career and financial coach, a freelance writer on career coaching with SF Examiner.com, and has been volunteering his time and experience to various non-profit, service and civic organizations.
JP lives in Danville with his wife Candy.
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