It’s a new year and time to take a hard look at MAKING MONEY. What’s your business model? How many revenue streams do you have and are there ways of increasing sales/revenues you haven’t yet explored? Is it perhaps time for a ‘pivot’?
With entrepreneurs and startups, there can often be a lack of planning around pricing strategies, revenue models, and determining who the actual customer is – not the end user. There are many different types of pricing models that could be used including ‘fremium’, ad supported, SaaS, one-time cost, and many more. They should all be a part of your market analysis as you plan to launch your product.
Our experts will discuss:
Various business and revenue models
Common, and not so common, revenue streams (do you know them all?)
Plus ways to increase your bottom line
And, as always, you can get your questions answered at the event. Learn what you should know as an entrepreneur about funding, growing your business, and anything else you have in mind. Plus enjoy some quality networking.
EVENT PANELISTS include:
Bob Crimmins (MoonTango, Dealometry, iMedExchange, etc)
David George (Sencha, Limelight Networks, Microsoft, etc)
Tiffany McVeety (Girandola, VC Team, TeraBeam Networks, etc)
Moderated by Barak Rosenbloom (Founder, Essay Mentors).
Register now for $20 (or $25 cash at the door). Sorry, no refunds.
Event includes food and beverages.
SCHEDULE: Check-In/Mingling (5:30-6:15pm), Panel Discussion (around 6:15-8pm), Meet The Panelists/Mingling (8-8:15pm)
PLEASE NOTE: Please arrive as close to 5:30pm as possible. (The building’s lobby elevators are locked at 7pm, so NO LATE ARRIVALS).
This Seattle Entrepreneurs event is sponsored by Davis Wright Tremaine and other companies who support the entrepreneurial community.
ABOUT THE PANELISTS
Bob Crimmins is an active participant in the Seattle startup community and is a mentor for the Seattle TechStars Program. In addition to advising Seattle startup companies and entrepreneurs, he is also mentor to aspiring high school entrepreneurs through the TiE Young Entrepreneurs program (TyE). While he spends much more of his time these days on “the business side”, Bob is a career technologist who wrote his first BASIC program on punch cards at age 15 – long before it was either cool or profitable to be a teenage hacker. A serial entrepreneur, Bob is currently working on his 6th company, MoonTango.
David George is the VP of Business Development for Sencha, Inc and was Global Director of OEM Account Marketing for Microsoft. He has 18 years experience at senior executive levels driving business development, marketing, channels, alliances, & sales strategy & execution in both start-up & Fortune 10 environments. David has managed P&L of over a billion dollars, built streams of revenue from $1 to $100 million, launched global partner networks & marketing campaigns, and built companies from private to public entities. He has developed & managed multiple initiatives across the technology, media, software, & cloud services markets and have consistently demonstrated that he can implement marketing strategy, business models, partner ecosystems and revenue models globally.
Tiffany McVeety is a company founder and an advisor to many different companies including GeoPacket Telecom, Alumina Micro (NASDAQ: Microstaq), World Wide Broadcasting, Versaly Entertainment, Stellar One, and the City of Bellevue. She’s also the author of the Entrepreneurial Edge book series.
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