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Startupology - and how you can apply it to your investment strategy
Victor Menasce is a serial entrepreneur who got his start in business designing microprocessors in Silicon Valley. Along the way, he conducted business in over 15 countries, participated in several mergers and acquisitions, syndicated numerous real estate projects, and developed executive leadership skills. Victor noticed that there was a formula for raising money, which he writes about in his latest book "Magnetic Capital". You will learn: - Why most startups fail - How to raise money for your business or real estate deal - How to start a profitable business day 1 - How you can apply this to your investment strategy Appetizer and wine networking starts at 6:30 PM, and this event is free of charge. Guests are welcome to attend. Previous meeting recordings and slides are available at www.bacomm.club/resources.

ZCG Innovation Center

4500 Great America Parkway, 1st Floor · Santa Clara, ca

What we're about

The purpose of BACOMM is to empower investors of all experience levels to gain tools and knowledge to evaluate and acquire commercial & multifamily real estate investments.

We talk to a lot of really smart investors in the Bay Area who are already thinking of buying real estate or have purchased rental homes, but feel that commercial real estate is too unfamiliar or intimidating to consider. Our goal is to dispel the myth that investors have to start with rental homes and graduate to duplexes and fourplexes, eventually working up to commercial, when in fact, people can diversify right away into commercial investments if they know what to look for and what questions to ask.

Most Real Estate Investment Groups have an emphasis on houses and commercial is often thought of as difficult, expensive, unfamiliar, and the territory of institutions rather than individuals. We see commercial and multifamily as an opportunity to utilize economies of scale and offset some market-based economic risk.

The group will focus on education to understand and evaluate commercial real estate deals and how to invest actively or passively through instruments like syndications. It will include commercial, multi-family, industrial, office, retail, development, and other commercial real estate assets.

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