Nov 13, 2008-
Nov 13, 2008
09:00AM - 07:00PM
Fifth North Bay Growth & Innovation Forum
Upcoming Venture Communities event on November 13th for early- and mid-stage customers and investors
Hilton Sonoma Wine Country Inn, Santa Rosa, CA
Event Description

Chart Your Business Course at the...


Fifth North Bay Growth & Innovation ForumNetworking & Practical Advice on Starting, Building, or Financing Your Business in 2009November 13, 2008: 9 a.m. - 7 p.m.Hilton Sonoma Wine Country Inn3555 Round Barn Blvd., Santa Rosa

New & Expanded Format!

Award-Winning Series

Take off for success with practical, immediately usable advice on starting, growing, or financing a business.

  • Pitching to Banks & Investors
  • Practical Business Plans
  • Tips on Saving Money
  • Developing Human Capital
  • Guerrilla MarketingSmall to mid-size businesses comprimise the largest segment of employers in Sonoma County, and the forum now offers content to help you address planning, development, or financing to manage in the current economic climate and position for growth as business conditions improve. The Forum also continues to serve entrepreneurs seeking investment capital.


Featured Topics

  • Santa Rosa: Great Place for Business - Great Place for Innovators
  • Creating More Opportunities to Link Investors with Local Deals
  • How the Entrepreneur Takes Advantage of the Down Market
  • Rapid Roundtable Idea Exchange Sessions
  • The morning emphasizes ideas for existing businesses and the afternoon focuses on entrepreneurs and investors. There are networking opportunities throughout the day.Who Should Attend?Start-up entrepreneurs seeking capital


Creative Money Sources

Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Nancy Manchester     Email:
Phone: 707-543-4339



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