What is it: A compelling conversation on building an entrepreneurial mindset led by a panel of entrepreneurs from across the region followed by an interview with Timothy Chi, CEO of WeddingWire, discussing how to think like an entrepreneur.
Where and When: March 7th, Washington, DC
Why it’s worth attending: This event is an open invitation to entrepreneurs, regional business executives, community members, community leaders, donors, and members of the higher education community with the focus on working together to foster a culture of entrepreneurship in the region.
What is it: A seminar led by Tim Lewis, a world renowned financial expert and entrepreneurial success.
Where and When: March 4th, Brooklyn
Why it’s worth attending: Tim Lewis, a proponent of the concept of multiple sources of income, is a successful entrepreneur and trader in the futures market; furthermore, he is a world renowned speaker, and a co-author of Build It Big.
What is it: A workshop outlining the various legal structures available to you when starting your small business.
Where and When: March 14, San Francisco
Why it’s worth attending: This workshop, led by a lawyer, could be an important first step in helping you choose the legal structure that works best for your small business.
What is it: A monthly networking event hosted by Dallas Women Entrepreneurs for DWE members only.
Where and When: March 14, Dallas
Why it’s worth attending: DWE is an inclusive and collaborative community of women at all levels of entrepreneurship who meet monthly to network and have fun. Meet inspiring new peers and forge new friendships while advancing your business goals.
What is it: Get quality advice from successful, like-minded Austin-based female entrepreneurs when you pitch your business to members of The Society of Women Entrepreneurs.
Where and When: March 20, Impact Hub Austin
Why it’s worth attending: Make meaningful connections with other women entrepreneurs who want to help you take your business to the next level.
What is it: A panel of distinguished experts discussing Inclusion and Diversity from a variety of perspectives within a company setting.
Where and When: March 10, Capital Factory, Austin
Why it’s worth attending: This will be a great opportunity for men and women, leaders in tech, entrepreneurs, and engineers who see the need to support and invest in Inclusion and Diversity.
What is it: A celebration of startups, entrepreneurial ecosystems, and inclusivity presented by the Kauffman Foundation in partnership with TechCo as part of the annual Startup of the Year program.
Where and When: Maggie Mae’s, East 6th St, Austin
Why it’s worth attending: It’s a chance to connect with 25 of the most impressive startups from around the world, as well as investors, tech enthusiasts, and industry leaders.
What is it: At this event, organized by the Founders Institute, engineers and other and other aspiring entrepreneurs will hear candid talks from engineers who’ve successfully formed tech startups of their own.
Where and When: March 15th, Galvanize – Austin
Why it’s worth attending: Learn necessary first steps and gain insight into what it takes to build a successful tech startup from an engineer’s perspective. Learn first steps, how to attract other talented people, important legal and financial considerations, and find out what it’s really like to build a successful company.