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Get to Plan B with Bootstrap Maryland on Oct 27

Next Wednesday, October 27, 2010, Bootstrap Maryland will be holding a conference on the idea of "Getting to Plan B". The event is in DC and will feature some incredible panelists and great conversation.

A little short notice but definitely an event to make if you can. Next Wednesday, October 27, 2010, Bootstrap Maryland will be holding a conference on the idea of “Getting to Plan B”. They’ve offered Startup Baltimore a couple free tickets to the event which we’ll be distributing through a contest below. They’ve also offered us 20% off the ticket price for anyone that registers from our site.

Event Description

At Bootstrap Maryland’s fourth big event, attendees will be learning to accept that their first big idea may not be the right one, and instead talk about how to get to that right idea and right business model. They want you to be ready for success, to know what to look for, to shift path – how to get to plan B.
Expect a crowd of entrepreneurs with a passion for technology and our region. Don’t expect lectures. You will learn from really sharp people who will help you to launch the next big thing.
The panelists are absolute rockstars: Aaron Batalion and Hooman Radfar are founders of DC’s two hottest startups, LivingSocial and ClearSpring. Tawheed Kader has had some major exits and now manages several startups, and he’s coming down from Manhattan to lend some perspective on how to get started. Paul Singh and my good friend Jared Goralnick, both who have had exits and run startups, will round things out.

Event Location and Time

The event will be from:
Wednesday, October 27, 2010, 6pm – 9pm
at:
Pillsbury Law
2300 N St, NW
Washington, DC 20037

Contest for FREE Tickets

We’re giving away 2 FREE passes to the event. To enter, send a tweet about the contest using the following button or leave a comment on this post about something you hope to hear or learn at the Bootstrap event next week. We’ll be drawing a random name at 12 pm on Tuesday and will let everyone know the winners.

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