PTWD Meetup #34: Tech Business PanelEver wondered what it might take to run your own tech business? Do you have a startup idea that you dream about getting off the ground? Are you curious about hearing about the experiences of people who run their own tech businesses?
Then this meetup is for you.
On Wednesday August 12th, three amazing tech entrepreneurs will be on hand to talk about their journeys and to answer any questions you may have. The meetup will start with our featured guests talking about how and why they created their ventures, and then we'll open up for a long Q&A session so you can pick their brains.
Some information about our panelists:
- Joel Henry Scott Carben is the Founder and President of Carben Ventures, a full-service investment, strategy, product, and team management business. Mr. Carben is a serial founder, having founded multiple technology and philanthropic ventures over his 30-year career. Joel's most recent venture, IdealSeat, was acquired by Bandwagon in March 2020. Mr. Carben lives in Port Townsend with his wife and two children. Learn more and connect at carbenventures.com
- Daniel Evenson is the founder of Pathway Systems and inventor of Blueprints™, a web-based, collaborative, automatable, CAD system for IT workers. Learn more at pathwaysystems.com
- Sam Lillie is the founder/CEO of Vinder, a mobile app connecting local food artisans direct to consumers and handles the payment and last mile delivery. Think Etsy meets UberEats. Sam built Vinder from his bicycle while working at the Port Townsend Athletic Club. He was he recipient of the 2017 Jefferson County Young Entrepreneur Award, he has solo thru-hiked the Pacific Crest Trail from Mexico to Canada, is a local food activist and lover of burritos. Learn more at vinder.com
See you on Zoom!
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Meeting ID: 817 6846 3275
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