LOTR: Anyone Can Be an Entrepreneur!

Liberty Lab 2014 is coming and we want you to get excited, so we've organized this next event especially for anyone thinking about attending in May! We think you're going to love it. 


Topic: Anyone can be an entrepreneur! 

We'll hear from special guest Stephen Macaskill, CEO of Amagi Metals. He'll talk about how he got started with his business while still in college, and why he believes anyone can be an entrepreneur. Take it from a guy who just had $12M in sales in 2013 - and he hasn't even hit the age of 30! 

We'll also talk more about the upcoming Liberty Lab event for those of you who are interested. Toward the end of the night we'll conduct a "group brainstorm" to throw around ideas for liberty-advancing startups. So whether or not you plan to be at Liberty Lab Denver, you won't want to miss this event on Wednesday if you like to be inspired!



More about Stephen: 

Stephen Macaskill is the CEO of Amagi Metals and an Alumni Board member of the Foundation for Economic Education. He attended the University of Rochester where he began specializing in the study of the Austrian business cycle, sound money, and alternative competing currencies, graduating with a degree in financial economics.

After starting Amagi Clothing, a clothing line that embraces individual liberty Stephen purchased and re-branded Amagi Metals, a global eCommerce precious metals dealer in his senior year. He then graduated from the Kauffman Entrepreneurial Year (KEY) program at the University of Rochester while running his businesses. He now owns and operates Amagi Metals in Denver, CO where he advocates for personal and financial responsibility. In his free time he loves camping, snowboarding, and cooking

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  • Gned the G.

    Schedule conflict, so I wish I could get more info on all this.

    March 19, 2014

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