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Funding, IP and impact are among the topics at the 4th Annual Delaware Entrepreneur Summit

The Emerging Enterprise Center's October 13 event will take place virtually, with 30 days of additional networking and content.

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Ronald R. Gomes, Jr, cofounder of Painted Stave Distilling and Chef Jared Cannon, founder of Simply Good Jars, will be the keynote speakers at the The Emerging Enterprise Center’s 4th Annual Delaware Entrepreneur Summit, taking place virtually on October 13 from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
In addition to the keynotes, the event will include four virtual interactive workshops:
  • Making an Impact Through Influence” with Antionette Blake of A.Blake Enterprises and Newton Felton, Malcolm Coley and Stephen Sye of Futures First Gaming
  • TechTalk: The Agile Entrepreneur” with Greg Plum of Tech Forum, Ethan Berg of Agora World, Craig Doig of Markee and Dr. Franchessa Sayler of ThruPore Technologies
  • “Secure Funding at Every Stage” with Mike Profit of SCORE Delaware, Garry Johnson of First Founders, Louis DiNetta of the Delaware Small Business Development Center and Moe Rinkunas of Corbion
  • Protecting Your Business & Intellectual Property” with Michael Bell of Harvard Business Services, Janet Reed of Potter Anderson & Corroon LLP and Monté T. Squire from Duane Morris LLP
Registered attendees will also receive exclusive access to a 30-day post-event virtual experience of on-demand education content on the Agora platform that will include workshops on fundraising, grant writing, online marketing and SEO.
For the full schedule and to register for the event, go to the EEC’s event page.

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