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Ben Morrow will join us to discuss his experience in launching an app company through community, technology, and education. Ben is a giant in the DFW startup scene and one of the most genuine guys around so you don't want to miss this opportunity to learn from and interact with him.

We will follow Ben's discussion with an "open mic" session, wherein anyone anyone working on a startup that is or wants to apply lean methodologies can speak for a few minutes to get input or just share what they're doing. So come ready to share!

Ben Morrow is leading +Liquid (https://plus.google.com/116956256345443329534/posts) with +Max Jaffe (https://plus.google.com/115216077557879096831/) to simplify money. Their team creates mobile applications that allow us to use money wisdom in a natural way.

Ben is a longtime starter. He ran a lawn care service as a kid, a web development shop in high school, a green technology company, and a cyber security firm, in college.

During his latter years at the University of Texas at Dallas, Ben competed in 12 international business plan competitions (http://www.flickr.com/photos/passpro-tech).

He had the honor to be the sole student speaker at the commencement ceremony (http://www.utdallas.edu/graduation/2008/ben-morrow/index.html) and got to study business and culture in China, India, and Tibet.

Last month, he hosted +BeMyApp (https://plus.google.com/112360828355698211222/posts) Dallas, part of the Mobile App Olympics that took place in six cities around the world simultaneously.

Ben loves inspiring and mentoring the next generation of entrepreneurs, high school, and college students. He works with UTD's IIE program on the Innovation and Opportunity Camp (http://innovation.utdallas.edu/opportunitycamp.php), Rotary Club of Dallas's Camp Enterprise (http://www.dallasrotary.org/Camp_Enterprise.html), and Business Professionals of America Workplace Competitions (http://www.bpa.org/compete/).

After hours you can find him at a local fishing hole.