With technology costs dropping, many entrepreneurs are choosing to not raise capital to build their software company.
On December 12, from 7:45 AM – 10:15 AM in Raleigh, hear from four entrepreneurs on how they started and are building their company without outside capital. They will talk about how they started, what has worked well and discuss mistakes they made along the way. The panel will be moderated by the News & Observer's Business Reporter, David Ranii.
- Joe Colopy, CEO at Bronto;
- Kent Hudson, CEO at SchoolDude;
- Jesse Lipson, CEO at ShareFile (recently acquired by Citrix)
- Troy McConnell, CEO at Clever On Demand.
Register by clicking this link.