Meet with me for 20 Minutes -- via Google Hangout

(Entrepreneur, Community Builder, Looking For Your Next Thing)

 

Thanks for getting to my website and considering meeting with me.  A few items to note:

  • You can book a 20 minute slot (do not sign up for more than one at a time).   I am many times booked a few weeks in advance due to travel and the holidays can be rough so bear with me.
  • I thoroughly enjoy connecting with startup founders.  That being said, I am not just a cheerleader and will ask tough questions. So, come prepared by reading the blog, and/or my book Build the Fort. These are easy ways to see how I think and being familiar with these enables me to help you the most.
  • I am not making any new investments at this time either individually or through The Startup Factory.
  • Lastly, all meetings are via Google Hangout.  Please share a phone # in case I need to contact you.
Looking forward to connecting!

Speaker, investor, mentor, startup founder. One of 3 or 4 Co-Founders of MapQuest (sold to AOL for $1.2B). Managing Director of $25M Venture Fund in late 90's. CEO, COO or President of various companies ranging from $200k to $20M in size. One of two Managing Directors of The Startup Factory (35 investments across 7 cohorts), founder and MC of the Big Top Reverse Job Fair and national writer and speaker waxing poetic around startups and startup communities. Currently EIR @ Techstars with Brad Feld ~ Startup Communities, to help community leaders around the world grow their startup community.

3 comments On Office Hours

  • I am a student at NC State and I am looking to interview a Angel Investor for one of my classes. I am also working on my own project and would love to chat with you. Thanks in advance!

    Best regards,

    Charles Hirsch

  • Hey Chris,

    I’m not sure if you remember me, but I went through The Startup Factory with TabSprint a few years ago. I’m going to be down in Durham this weekend, and I’m curious if you had a few minutes to speak about a SAS product that I am trying to help someone with. Thanks for the time.

    – Josh

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