We’re happy to announce the details of our next Sprout Up Toronto, kicking off our fall event series!
Sprout Up is a free monthly event for forward-thinking Toronto area entrepreneurs to gather and mind-meld. A great chance for startups around the city to get friendly, discuss current trends, and network in a casual, open, and focused setting. Attendees will walk away with new insights, new friends and actionable ideas for their businesses.
Join us on Wednesday, September 22nd for the next Sprout Up! The guest speaker will be Mark MacLeod (http://ask.sprouter.com/startupcfo), one of Ask.Sprouter.com's expert entrepreneurs and author of popular startup finance blog Startup CFO (http://www.startupcfo.ca/). You’ll also hear from new local startups about their businesses.
Date: Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010
Place: Hilton Toronto, 145 Richmond St. W (at University Ave.)
Startup CFO blogger/entrepreneur Mark MacLeod
JazLife, Burstn, WineAlign
Make sure you RSVP to get your connection nametag at the event. You can RSVP, follow conversations about the event and connect with attendees beforehand by following the #SproutUpTO (http://sprouter.com/sproutupto)event page on Sprouter. You can also RSVP on the Meetup page. For more information contact Erin at erin[at]sprouter.com.
Join us & be a part of our Sprout Up! It’s going to be a fabulous night of invaluable insights, new & old friends, & of course your lovely hosts from Sprouter (http://sprouter.com/)(www.sprouter.com).
More about guest speaker Mark MacLeod:
Since 1999, Mark has been leading finance and operations for angel and VC-backed startups in software, communications and the web. Over the years, he has worked with some great startups, entrepreneurs and investors, and has gained exposure to many aspects of company-building from running alliances to corporate development, support, operations and everything in between.
In March of 2009, he changed his model from working with one startup at a time to working with many, either as CFO or advisor. His work is focused on funding, growth, back office, and exits. Read more about Mark on his blog, Startup CFO (http://www.startupcfo.ca/), or ask him a question on Sprouter (http://ask.sprouter.com/startupcfo).