Special Webinar for Solo Founders and Solopreneurs


Join us on May 14th at 9am Pacific Time

This may be the decade of the “Solopreneur”. More individuals than ever are starting and running new ventures. The fact is that many great companies have been founded by solo founders, and many successful entrepreneurs have chosen to run their ventures as a one-person-band.

But the dynamic of being a solo founder is slightly different than being a founding team. How do investors today view solo founders vs teams? How do you bring in outside advisors when you need them? How do solo founders keep their sanity when there’s no one to talk to? Join us as four very successful solo founders from different sectors share their thoughts on what it takes to thrive and succeed in today’s marketplace as a solo founder. Register now.

Christina Stembel founded Farmgirl Flowers in the dining room of her San Francisco apartment and has grown it to nearly $100 million in annual revenue. She was recently featured in Forbes.

Ashley Williams is the founder of Infinite Focus Schools, an innovative digital platform for social-emotional learning and emotional intelligence. She was recently named one of the 20 most promising tech companies in Baltimore.

Cliff Schmidt is the founder of Seattle-based Amplio, a nonprofit social enterprise providing audio devices and content for rural people with low literacy rates. Cliff’s organization has now reached more than one million listeners across 12 countries in Africa, Asia, and the Caribbean. .

Bret Waters has been solo founder as well as a member of founding teams. Today he teaches entrepreneurship at Stanford, mentors startup CEO’s at Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship, and runs the 4thly Startup Accelerator.

Nick Manning has been a successful solopreneur and also has led technology development projects at Stanford University. He is now working on a new digital platform to help solopreneurs everywhere to run and grow their ventures.

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