LEADING BUSINESSES. LEADING COMMUNITIES.


Date: November 8, 2018

Time: 7:30 AM - 8:30 AM

Event Contact:
Danville Pittsylvania County Chamber of Commerce; 434-836-6990
chamber@dpchamber.org

Event Location:
Institute for Advanced Learning & Research I 150 Slayton Avenue I Danville

Admission Info:

$20 chamber members
$30 non-members
$225 Corporate table (seating for 8)
Cancelations may be made without penalty up to 48 hours prior to the event date.  Registrants will be charged the full registration fee for no-shows and/or cancelations made within 48 hours of the event.  Registrant substitutions are allowed and may be made at any time up to the start time of the event.

Having a Job is Riskier Than You Think
There are many common concerns for people when they think about what it means to be an entrepreneur — or more specifically it’s the risks that come with it.  For most of our parents, success was a function of hard work over a period of a long time. For our generation, success is a function of the number of things you try. If you want to reduce the risk in your life, start to think more entrepreneurially and start to take control of your own future.
 
Join us, The Launch Place and Paul Singh as Paul shares his insights into innovation and the links to an entrepreneurial culture. Whether you are a business owner, an employee or a side hustler, come hear how it’s necessary today to just start something because the best entrepreneurs actually take the least risky bets.


Paul Singh is an entrepreneur, speaker, investor, and Airstreamer. Previously, Singh was a managing director at 1776, the largest network of incubators that cultivates and empowers startup ecosystems in the Northeast Corridor, and a general partner in 1776’s Seed Fund. Prior to 1776, Singh was the founder of Disruption Corporation and general partner of Crystal Tech Fund. Before that, Singh was an early partner at 500 Startups, an accelerator and venture firm headquartered in Silicon Valley that has invested in more than 2,200 companies across 50-plus countries. Singh has founded a few of his own startups and spent some time at AOL, Carmax, PBworks, and Symantec.

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