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TechBreakfast will be in Wilmo Wednesday teaching ‘Early Stage Funding 101’

Wake up early for some tips on tracking down venture capital.

Have a bagel or two at TechBreakfast. #yum (Photo by Flickr user Magalie L'Abbé, used under a Creative Commons license)

Last week, Philadelphia TechBreakfast held its monthly breakfast event at 1313 Innovation with a huge turnout.
This week, the group is hosting another breakfast event in Wilmington, called BizWorkshop: Early Stage Funding 101, presented by McCarter & English.
The workshop is for startup entrepreneurs and will cover topics including sourcing early-stage funding, founder-friendly funding strategies, new funding innovations, an evolving regulatory environment and fundraising trends.
Dave Sorin, the head of McCarter’s Venture Capital & Emerging Growth Companies practice, will speak.
The event is 8-10 a.m. at the Renaissance Centre.
RSVP here:

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