Thursday, October 1, 2015: The 16 Minute Company with Tyler Sondag
Meetings are open to everyone — there is no charge to attend. This will be held at The Venture Cafe Gathering at CIC from 7-7:45pm — see directions and details below.
About the meeting: Start a company in sixteen minutes or less! In this session we’ll take things back to the basics of entrepreneurship, focusing on the essential building blocks that are at the root of every company ever created. You’ll work both by yourself and with your group partners (don’t worry; you’ll meet them at the meeting!) to identify a problem and come up with a solution – all within twelve minutes. Know you want to be an entrepreneur or, if you’re already one, looking for that next thing to start working on? If so, this session’s right up your alley.
About the Presenters: Tyler Sondag’s a St. Louis transplant who currently works as the Marketing Strategist for Saint Louis University’s Center for Entrepreneurship and as a Product Specialist for Tesla Motors. He’s a co-founder of Invisible Girlfriend/Invisible Boyfriend and an avid fan of original ideas, college students, and Benjamin Franklin. Tyler is on Twitter as @mrsondag.
About the event
This meeting is part of the weekly Venture Café Gathering at CIC. Every Thursday from 3:00 – 8:00pm, The Venture Café welcomes the innovation community to “a weekly gathering of innovators and startups. A place for serendipitous collisions to occur. Each week there are roundtable discussions, information tables, office hours with thought leaders, and guest speakers relevant to the ecosystem.”
The St. Louis Product Management Group meeting will be held in the Havana Room (2nd floor) from 7-7:45pm. You are encouraged to arrive early to participate in other related events, along with networking and refreshments. Check the Venture Café calendar to see what other events are going on before our meeting.
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Parking is available in the CIC parking lot, on the street (Duncan Ave), or in the lot on the north side of Duncan Ave across from CIC. The main entrance is closest to the corner of Duncan and Boyle.