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    Date: April 24, 2019
    Time: 7:30 AM - 9:30 AM EDT
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    Event Description:

    As a monthly networking and seminar event, Morning Mingles offer the opportunity for business professionals from companies of all types and sizes to come together for networking and educational programming.

    Break-out Sessions with:

    Topic: Financing Your Business: Angel Investors and Crowd- Funding
    Small businesses are continually challenged by finding the right talent to staff their operation and finding the cash to grow it. New businesses often don’t qualify for traditional bank financing and must look to other sources of capital.
    This month’s breakout session from the Small Business Council will focus on newer modes to obtain financing which are appropriate for certain new businesses: Angel Investments and Crowd Funding.
    Our panelists have experience with both of these types of financing.
    Anthony Price is an entrepreneur at the nexus of entrepreneurship, patient capital and community. He is the author of the book Get the Loot and Run. He is the founder and CEO of LootScout, which counsels small businesses how to build a better business and raise capital. LootScout is a platform for business to access capital, information and must-have services to build the best businesses on the planet. 
    Price is a former economic-development executive and the founder of the LootScout Capital Summit, an annual event where thought leaders from across the country convene in Hartford, Connecticut to educate entrepreneurs about capital.
    Steve Shwartz is a serial entrepreneur who has had the good fortune to participate in two IPOs and multiple M&A exits as a founder, co-founder, and/or investor. Steve started his career as a research faculty member in the Yale University Computer Science Dept Artificial Intelligence program and was a co-founder of two companies in the artificial intelligence area. 
    He is currently Co-Founder and Executive Director of Device42 which was named the fastest growing tech company in CT over the last three years and which was recently acquired by a private equity group.


    What's in the Green New Deal, and what does it mean for business?

    Topic: Aging Parents & Work-life Balance- What you should know before crisis develops

    Help your employees be more productive and "present" at work. Learn how to bridge the gaps your employees may experience while caring for aging parents. Hear from a distinguished panel of experts on various aspects of senior care and senior services. 

    Moderator- Ken Sandberg, Vice President, Whitney Center
    Laura Sorensen, Social Worker/ Well-Being Coordinator, Whitney Center
    Sharon Gautier, President & CEO, Patient Advocate for You
    Beverly Kidder, Director, Aging Resource Center, Agency on Aging of South Central Connecticut 

    ** The Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation will donate $50 per verified attendee (bring your business card) up to $2,500 at this presentation to Agency of South Central Connecticut **



    DISTRICT New Haven
    470 James Street
    New Haven, CT 06513

    Date/Time Information:
    WED. April 24, 2019
    7:30 - 9:30 A.M.
    $10 GNHCC Partners
    $45 Non Partners 
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