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IdeaMensch Indy Features Local Entrepreneurs and Ideas on August 24, 2012
Are you passionate about your ideas? Do you want to know what it takes to bring those ideas to life? Spend an evening with other entrepreneurs at IdeaMensch Indy on Friday, August 24 at 6 p.m. at The Speak Easy in Broad Ripple.
Indianapolis speakers include:
• Maurice "Kojak" Fuller, Indiana’s 1993 Mr. Basketball, and Anderson businessman Jesse Wilkerson. Together they are raising funds for the “Bouncing Back” movie project. See https://rally.org/
• Brian Adams, Chief Financial Officer, of Time Gears, a local technology firm creating an online scheduling tool for small businesses in the service industry. Learn more about Time Gears at www.timegears.com.
• Neil Thanedar, CEO and Founder of LabDoor, who was recently named a “Generation Next Entrepreneur to Watch” by CNNMoney. Learn about his recent project at http://www.labdoor.com.
The mission of IdeaMensch, founded Mario Schulzke and based in Los Angeles, is to help people bring their ideas to life. Indianapolis is the 23rd stop on a 48 city tour across the United States. At every event, there is a wide range of speakers who then spend 10 minutes talking about an idea they brought (or are bringing to life), how they did and what you can learn from it. This is followed by 10 minutes to ask them questions and continue the conversation. The atmosphere is intimate and engaging that allows for the audience to really engage with our speakers.
Tickets for the event are $12 until August 21 and $15 per person until August 24. Tickets and additional details are online at http://www.ideamensch.com/
Page Updated Last on: Aug 20, 2012