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The Only Two Ways To Build A $100M Business- Lunch 'N Learn With Boris Wertz

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With tens of thousands of new start-ups being created every year, most early-stage VCs have started to evaluate investment opportunities with an imaginary benchmark in mind: can this company become a $100 million opportunity?

On Nov 1st, superangel Boris Wertz will reveal the ONLY two ways to hit that $100M sweet spot and nab the attention of prospective VCs.

About Boris (from his website)

Boris Wertz is one of the top tech early-stage investors in North-America and the founding partner of version one ventures. His portfolio encompasses over 40 early-stage consumer internet and enterprise companies, including Edmodo, Flurry, Frank & Oak, Indiegogo, Julep, Top Hat, and Wattpad. He sits on the boards of Clio and Indochino among others. Boris is a venture partner of Munich-based Acton Capital Partners, a consumer Internet fund that is focused on later stage companies with an established track record of revenues and profitability. He is also one of the founders of GrowLab, a Vancouver-based start-up accelerator.

Before becoming an investor, Boris was the Chief Operating Officer of AbeBooks.com, the world’s largest marketplace for new, used and rare and out-of print books which got sold to Amazon in 2008. Boris joined the company in 2002 after JustBooks, the German company he co-founded in 1999, was acquired by AbeBooks. At AbeBooks, Boris was primarily responsible for marketing, business development, product, customer service and international operations and lead a team of about 60 people. This deep operational experience helps Boris to help other entrepreneurs start, build and scale companies passing on some of the lessons he learned the hard way over 8 start-up years.

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  • David St. J.

    "The Only Two Ways" - That's a pretty arrogant title for the event. Doesn't give much credit to the people that actually do all the work - the entrepreneurs.

    CAC < LTV

    Big secret - groundbreaking stuff. Are you kidding!

    Good thing Silicon Vally is only a two hour flight.

    October 28, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Hi the link is closed for me too

    October 26, 2013

  • Feodor F.

    12:30 am - is it like a night event?

    October 26, 2013

  • John H.

    Certainly sounds an intriguing event!

    October 21, 2013

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