So you have a start-up concept, or you’ve already started your start-up, great! Now, how do you make your start-up stand out and rise to becoming TNBT (the next big thing)? You’ll need more than simply old fashioned networking and newfangled (automated) social networking promotion; you need targeted direction, an alliance, and real tools you can begin using yesterday. Don’t worry, you’re not too late to catch the bullet train. You are exactly where you need to be, reading this, seeking the next step, and always moving onward and upward with your new start-up. Your next step is to put yourself out there. You need to connect with notable influencers and mentors and form alliances while establishing your brand, company or product as better than the best of the best.
You do everything in your start-up, from grinding your own coffee to grinding out good deals, so how can you make time for making connections? Most simply, you cannot afford not to. With only 168 hours in the week you need to maximize your efforts and presence. Thinking globally, Start-up Grind, a world-wide community for Entrepreneurs, hosts events in 175 cities in 70 countries and is coming to San Diego this week, limited space is still available.
This motivational and fortuitous event will be hosted in partnership with ROC at The Vine SD and The Irvine Company this Thursday, October 8th from 6:00pm – 9:00pm in downtown San Diego, advance tickets are still available at a discounted price. Start-up Grind San Diego at ROC at The Vine SD will feature Plug & Play powerhouse professional, Gabriela Dow who in partnership with her corporate affiliates in Silicon Valley is responsible for raising more than $1.8 billion for approximately 200 start-ups across the globe. Gabriela Dow is also an advisor to multiple tech start-ups and an extensive (and impressive) track record in government politics and media relations.