We reached out to Bootstrapper Breakfast attendees to share lessons learned and Rosanne Clementi from the Tampa Bay chapter agreed to sit down with us for an interview.
Recently Guiti Nabavi from Startup Wonder was interviewed by Austin Rettinhouse, a recent graduate who has been a wonderful addition to our team. Below is his interview: Austin: For starters, thank you so much for taking the time to speak with me today. Would you mind briefly introducing yourself to acquaint readers with your work?
As a short exercise at the breakfast, entrepreneurs will review their lean canvas with the group. We will share how to fill it out and take advantage of it. It's not a requirement that you fill out the complete canvas--in fact if it's your first time it's recommended that you just focus on Customer, Problem, and
Serial entrepreneur and Trajectify founder Mike Krupit brings the kick-ass to NYC. Born and raised in the Bronx and graduate of Queens College, Mike succeeded in organizing Bootstrappers Breakfast meetings in Philly, Baltimore, and more recently, Atlanta. Now he is back in New York for more networking and Boostrapper-ing. Mike has joined forces with Bonnie
We are excited to be joining the Atlanta startup scene! Thanks to Chuck Hall and his leadership, Atlanta entrepreneurs who like to “eat problems for breakfast” can discuss business issues and challenges with peers. Chuck Hall, MSOD, is a business coach and consultant with more than 30 years of management and leadership experience with both Fortune 500 firms
A quick reminder we have our last breakfast of 2016 tomorrow at 9am at Red Rock. RSVP at https://www.meetup.com/Bootstrappers-Breakfast-SV/events/233721783/ If you have not been to a breakfast before here is a quick heads up on the format: everyone has a chance to introduce themselves and talk about what they are working on. If you are
Bootstrappers Breakfast group celebrates 5 years of innovation and growth in Philly under the leadership of Mike Krupit. The Bootstrappers Breakfast group offers serious conversations about business issues and challenges with peers. Mike Krupit is our Philly moderator and has grown the group to over 800 entreprenuers. Mike is the veteran
We are excited to join the Canada startup ecosystems. Thanks to the leadership of Arthur Barbut and Colin McKillop, Windsor entrepreneurs who like to “eat problems for breakfast” can discuss business issues and challenges with peers. Arthur Barbut is the Managing Director of the Downtown Windsor Business Accelerator and founder of The Art
Under Mark Fitchmun and William Marchesano leadership the San Diego Bootstrappers' Breakfast group has grown from a small handful of solo entreprenuers to over 600 entrepreneurs who meet monthly and compare notes - helping each other build successful high-tech businesses. Mark Fitchmun is a founding partner principal of Somatek, is a serial entreprenuer with over
Welcome New York City entrepreneurs - we are excited to become part of your startup scene. Given NYC’s strong commitment to entrepreneurship and new business development, the Bootstrappers' Breakfast meetings’ promise of serious early morning discussions among bootstrappers will have many local entrepreneurs feeling right at home. The focus of the monthly meeting is on