Here is a recap for the Philly Bootstrapper Breakfast Mar-27-2018 from Darby Dupre. Four major topics were discussed: referral selling is your strongest lead generation tool, practice your pitch, don’t stand in the way of your own success, and validate product ideas through user research.
Here is a recap for the Philly Bootstrapper Breakfast Feb-27-2018 from Darby Dupre. Three major topics were discussed: how to raise brand awareness, how to test your product before you build it, and how to find a lawyer.
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
Don't let out hard winter freeze your business. If you're an entrepreneur, you should be spending some time every month working with other entrepreneurs. Bootstrappers Breakfast makes it easy, and we have some great facilitators to ensure maximum value. Register for Philly's breakfast. AccuWeather says it will be cold outside, but I can guarantee that
Recently I got this from the Philadelphia's Bootstrappers Breakfast meetup group. I think it sums up our meetings very well .... I just wanted to mention that is was an absolute pleasure meeting and getting to know everyone this morning ... What a very impressive group of individuals! I would also like to thank each
Mike Krupit, one of the moderators for the Philadelphia Bootstrapper Breakfast, was interviewed by Peter Key for an article in the Sep-28-2012 Philadelphia Business Journal "Bootstrappers Avoid Outside Financing"(subscription required). Here is the relevant excerpt: Mike Krupit, who brought Bootstrappers Breakfast to the area, said three types of bootstrapping entrepreneurs generally attend its gatherings, which
September 20, 2012: Philadelphia, PA – Philadelphia Bootstrappers Breakfast group meets at 7:30am on fourth Tuesday of the month. September meeting will have a roundtable discussion focus on lesson learned and promises to provide useful advise for high-tech startups. Mike Krupit and Chuck Hall moderate the roundtable meetings. They are excited to foster tech entrepreneurship by facilitating communication to
It is the end of summer and if it's been awhile since you've been to Bootstrappers Breakfast meeting, please join us again for some real conversation and invite a friend too, someone who's interested in learning from the mistakes of others and where ideas are exchanged and notes compared. Here's what attendees are saying: "Great
One definition I have found useful for bootstrapping is growing your business organically until it requires and merits outside professional investment. Some businesses (e.g. starting a new semiconductor fabrication facility) cannot be bootstrapped beyond the planning stage so the folks who are able to get funded based on a plan typically have substantial relevant experience
Chuck Hall LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/chuckhallyourmarketingexec Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/ChuckHall email: firstname.lastname@example.org Chuck is a marketing professional with more than 25 years of management and leadership experience in advertising, public relations, marketing and organizational communications. He offers pragmatic perspectives developed while growing up in a family business, managing in large, unforgiving bureaucracies (like GE and Prudential), struggling to operationalize a startup (only to have