Founder Factory 2011 Conference DVDs available in our e-Store

Keya Dannenbaum of ElectNext
Keya Dannenbaum of ElectNext

You now can purchase a complete set of Founder Factory 2011 Conference DVDs at a sale price of $49.99 plus shipping. Visit our e-Store to order your set.

The Founder Factory is an annual event created by Philly Startup Leaders, meant to help foster growth of an ecosystem of entrepreneurs, mentors, angels, VC’s, students, schools and government groups within the Philadelphia area. As a collaborative and engaging event, the Founder Factory helps to unleash Philadelphia’s entrepreneurial potential. Professional Podcasts produced the official videos from the 2011 Founder Factory conference in Philadelphia, and you can purchase all of the video segments in a single HD DVD collector’s set.

Program Contents

Founder Factory 2011 – Opening Remarks and Keynote by Sara Canuso of A Suitable Solution

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Sara Canuso of A Suitable Solution opens her keynote remarks at the 2011 Founder Factory Conference

Opening remarks and keynote presentation by Sara Canuso of A Suitable Solution, from the 2011 Founder Factory Conference held November 17, 2011 at the World Café Live in Philadelphia.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Founder Factory 2011 – Beta Fishbowl #1: ElectNext

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Keya Dannenbaum of ElectNext

 

Beta Fishbowl #1, featuring Keya Dannenbaum, CEO of ElectNext, from the 2011 Founder Factory Conference held November 17, 2011 at the World Café Live in Philadelphia.

 

 

 

 

Beta Fishbowl #2: Fit of Passion

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Aaron Johansen (left) and Yevgeny Pogorelov of Fit of Passion

Beta Fishbowl #2, featuring Yevgeny Pogorelov and Aaron Johansen of Fit of Passion, from the 2011 Founder Factory Conference held November 17, 2011 at the World Café Live in Philadelphia.

The Beta Fish Bowl is PSL’s version of ABC’s television show, Shark Tank. A panel of investors critiqued and “invested”, or not, in three early stage technology startups.

Although the “investment” money wasn’t real, the thrill of the pitches and the critiques was very real!

Each investment pitch session was followed by a Q&A with the investors so the audience can gain insights into their thinking and reactions.

 

 

Beta Fishbowl #3: G2Link

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The father/son entrepreneurial team of Ed Sullivan and Ed Sullivan, founders of G2Link.

Beta Fishbowl #3, featuring the father/son entrepreneurial team of Ed Sullivan and Ed Sullivan, founders of G2Link, from the 2011 Founder Factory Conference held November 17, 2011 at the World Café Live in Philadelphia.

The Beta Fish Bowl is PSL’s version of ABC’s television show, Shark Tank. A panel of investors critiqued and “invested”, or not, in three early stage technology startups.

Although the “investment” money wasn’t real, the thrill of the pitches and the critiques was very real!

Each investment pitch session was followed by a Q&A with the investors so the audience can gain insights into their thinking and reactions.

 

 

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Panel discusses “What we did with the loot,” how they spent money received from investors, from the 2011 Founder Factory Conference held November 17, 2011 at the World Café Live in Philadelphia.  A great panel of speakers who have been successful in getting funding for their companies.

And now they’re going to share the part you only fantasize about – how they spent it! You’ll get an opportunity to hear how their investors helped them make decisions, the good and not so good choices they made, and what they’d do over – or AGAIN!

Moderator Alan Kraus — Director, IT Investments, Ben Franklin Technology Partners

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