Come get some business startup knowledge from Mr. Mike Moyer, teacher, startup educator and author of Slicing Pie.
Mike Moyeris the author of eight books that provide structured advice to people who want to solve specific problems like splitting equity in their startup company or delivering an awesome sales pitch. He mostly writes and speaks about business and entrepreneurship.
In addition to writing and speaking, Mike is the founder of Fair and Square Ventures, LLC where he invests in early-stage ventures and provides consulting focused on management and revenue generation.
Mike has been an entrepreneur who has started a number of companies including Bananagraphics, a product development and merchandising company, Moondog, an outdoor clothing manufacturing company; Vicarious Communication, Inc, a marketing technology company for the medical industry; Cappex.com, a site that helps students find the right college and MosquitOasis which creates camping gear for kids. In addition to his experience as an entrepreneur he has held a number of senior-level marketing positions with companies that sell everything from vacuum cleaners to financial data services to motor home chassis to luxury wine.
He teaches entrepreneurship at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and Northwestern University. Mike is the author of Slicing Pie, Pitch Ninja, How to Make Colleges Want You, College Peas, and Trade Show Samurai. He has an MS in integrated marketing from Northwestern University and an MBA from the University of Chicago. He lives in Lake Forest, Illinois with his wife and three kids.
PLEASE NOTE THE NEW POLICY: The fee to attend the meeting is $15.00 if you register 24 hours in advance or $20.00 if you do not register which you can pay by credit card in advance through the website or by cash/check at the door. Please note we are not set up at this time to accept cards at the door so this must be done by you in advance. Lunch will be provided!
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