Taking the Startup Plunge: 20 more tickets available for sold out PSL University event - Technical.ly Philly

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Aug. 1, 2013 11:45 am

Taking the Startup Plunge: 20 more tickets available for sold out PSL University event

How do you know when to take the plunge? When should you take the risk of pursuing your startup idea? Find out from four Philly startup founders at the next Philly Startup Leaders University event at Venturef0rth on Monday, Aug. 5 at 6:30.
This is a guest post by Kert Heinecke, who co-organized this event.

How do you know when to take the plunge? When should you take the risk of pursuing your startup idea? Find out from four Philly startup founders at the next Philly Startup Leaders University event at Venturef0rth on Monday, Aug. 5 at 6:30.

PSL has made 20 more tickets available for the previously sold out event.

Get free tickets here. (If there are no longer tickets available, fill out this form to get on the waiting list. If we receive adequate additional interest, we will host similar events in the near future.)

Speakers include:

  • Ted Mann, Founder and CEO of SnipSnap
  • Chris Cera, Founder and CEO of Arcweb; formerly co-founder of Vuzit
  • Robert Moore, Co-founder and CEO of RJMetrics
  • Gabe Weinberg, CEO and Founder of DuckDuckGo

The four entrepreneurs will take center stage to share their stories and provide perspective on what it means, what to expect and lessons learned from their own successes and failures when it came to “taking the plunge.”

Philly is a great place to build a company. We want to make it even better. This event is designed as a pre-show to gauge interest for a larger community-based 90-day intensive mentorship program that will take place this fall. The program will be designed to help a small group of participants shape and validate their startup ideas and prepare to “take the plunge” for themselves.

Follow PSL on Facebook and Twitter for speaker bios and insights.

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