Is Your Idea Too Big or Not Big Enough?

Is Your Idea Too Big or Not Big Enough?

When:
December 15, 2016 @ 2:31 pm – 3:31 pm
2016-12-15T14:31:00-05:00
2016-12-15T15:31:00-05:00

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Investors want to invest in opportunities with a lot of potential, but they are also looking for entrepreneurs who know how to stay focused. How do you find the right balance?

Join Mark Modica at Launch Workplaces on November 15th, and learn:

  • The most important part of your pitch; if you get this wrong, nothing else matters
  • How to ignore the white noise of feedback from friends, family and so called “experts” (that is often conflicting one another)
  • To differentiate between a yes and a no, anything else is a waste of your time

Your vision and your passion are your most valuable assets. Nobody can teach you passion, but Mark has helped hundreds of entrepreneurs communicate their vision in the right way to get funded.

 

Event Information:

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

6 pm: Cocktails & Networking / 6:45 pm: Discussion with Mark

Launch Workplaces Tysons

8607 Westwood Center Dr #250, Vienna, VA 22182

 

About Mark:

Mark Modica has spent most of his career helping to fund, grow and operate venture funded technology companies. From vision to the bottom line, he has guided, coached, raised capital, or held finance, operating or sales roles at over 100 technology companies during the past 20 years. He has raised over $500M in debt and equity, worked with over 50 venture capital and private equity firms, and has taken 2 companies public.

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