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Thursday, October 11 • 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Do I Really Need a Cofounder? FILLING

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Cofounding a business is a lot like getting married and raising a baby together. But in startups, like in love, it can be obscenely hard to find a partner. What's worse, more than 50% of marriages end in divorce! And yet, it's a widely held belief that startups do better when there's more than one founder at the helm, and most investors are weary of betting on solo founders, especially if they are unproven. So where does that leave you? Do you really need a cofounder? How do you find one, and how do you make it work? Come listen to a panel of founders who've gone at it alone and together, and meet potential cofounders in the audience.


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avatar for Michael Grabham

Michael Grabham

Mike by nature, is a fearless leader. He is a curious start up guy that has been delivering revenue, new products and creative marketing in startup and turnaround chaos for 20+ years. He is a six time founder and is in relentless pursuit of knowing the customers better than any competitor.He... Read More →

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avatar for Milkana Brace

Milkana Brace

Jargon
Milkana is the founder and CEO of Jargon. Jargon enables voice applications built on platforms like Alexa and Google Assistant to manage their content. Prior to starting the company, Milkana held senior leadership positions at Expedia, Groupon and American Express.
avatar for Marius Ciocirlan

Marius Ciocirlan

Co-Founder | CEO, ShareGrid
Marius is the Co-Founder and CEO at ShareGrid.com, a peer-to-peer marketplace where filmmakers and photographers rent out their video and photo equipment to other local creatives while letting ShareGrid handle ID checks, payment and insurance.  Marius started in the creative world as an Emmy award winning video editor while still... Read More →
avatar for Jana Kleitsch

Jana Kleitsch

Wanderer-in-Chief, Wanderlustsociety
Jana Kleitsch was first hit with the entrepreneurial bug in 1995 while planning her wedding. She had the visionary idea to “plan your wedding on the Internet." What sounds like a “duh” idea now, was of questionable sanity in the days of old school modems and AOL. She had another... Read More →
avatar for Mitra Raman

Mitra Raman

CEO + Founder, The Buttermilk Company


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