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February Entrepreneurs University Presents How to Draw In Angels & Venture Capitalists

January 24, 2013 at 12:29 PM

The next meeting of Entrepreneurs University (www.e-univ.org) will be held on Tuesday, February 5, at the Commercialization Center for Innovative Technologies (CCIT) in North Brunswick. 

“An important part of attracting Angels and Venture Capitalists to invest in your startup company is setting goals and demonstrating your progress in meeting them,” says Lorette Pruden. PhD, President of Inventive Strategies.  “New and experienced CEO’s will learn how to set measurable goals, develop timelines and demonstrate success by achieving milestones.”

Pruden is President of Inventive Strategies, where her broad network of specialists in innovation, marketing, organizational development, business development and sales training combine their expertise to solve clients’ problems.  She also leads peer-advisory teams of entrepreneurs and small business owners through Team Nimbus NJ.

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            The CCIT is located at 675 Route 1 South (use 683 for GPS directions), between Rutgers and Princeton.  Entrepreneurs University will be held from 4:00 to 6:00 PM, following and sponsored by NJAngels and other Investment Groups, which will conduct Deal Scrubbing Sessions from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM.  Registration, including light refreshments, is $40 and reservations can be made from the website at www.e-univ.org.

The next regularly scheduled Entrepreneurs University Program will be held on Tuesday, March 5 and will feature Legal Basics and Tools for Successful Entrepreneurial CEO’s.  For more information, contact Dan Conley, President of Entrepreneurs University, at (732) 873-1955 or entreuniv@gmail.com.

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