7/20/10
Posted at 18:27h, 20 Jul 2010 in List Archive by Bonnie Halper No Comments 135 Likes Share

Good morning, All,

First, our thanks to our barbeque sponsors – 1099partners.com and the beer and burgers were great, and the networking was piece de resistance (remember: it was Bastille Day). Then again, it really is always about the people, isn’t it?

Speaking of which, we’d like to thank all of you for all of the information you send us – and/or tweet – which we happily disseminate to hopefully help you. Most of all, thank you for taking the time to help each other!

Which brings us to – ‘Find A Cofounder II’ – happening on July 26 at the Hudson Terrace and brought to you by Entrepreneurs Roundtable and StartupOneStop.com. We expect all sorts of people – technologists, marketers, business development people, designers. The list goes on and this is your chance to meet people with all sorts of skill sets that you might need, so come join us. Learn how to start a venture the right way from experienced serial entrepreneurs. And find a co-founder! Drink specials from 6 pm – 7 pm.
Sponsored by: New York Angels, PepsiCo and HodgsonRuss.

Schedule:
6.30-6.45 – Leveraging PR to build momentum and value at early-stage startups.
Bonin Bough – Global Director of Digital and Social Media, Pepsico
6.45-7.30 – What is the best way to get started and find a co-founder?
Q&A and presentations on step-by-step instructions on how to get started and how to find a co-founder.
Speakers:
David S. Rose – New York Angels
Michelle Madhok – SheFinds Media
Peter Shankman – Help A Reporter Out
7.30 – 8:00 – Find a co-founder open-pitch.
People will wear green (I am looking for a co-founder) or blue (I am looking to join a startup) badges.
8:00 – Networking and special “Movie Under The Stars” presentation upstairs.

To register: http://findacofounder2.eventbrite.com/

Helpful hints of the day (from inc. magazine). Go to http://bit.ly/dCW6FE for the complete deck. Some seem obvious, but isn’t it always the obvious that escapes us, and the full piece has some interesting comments from successful entrepreneurs –

8 Tips on How to Be a More Successful CEO

Don’t overschedule yourself
Immerse yourself in data
Manage by walking around
Go on an email diet
Maintain the personal touch
Understand how your people cope with stress
Read everything with your business in mind
Hire people you trust, and let them do their jobs

And once again (with feeling) help is on the way…