Get Answers to Questions and Be Ready to Pitch Your Startup

If you have a lot of questions about developing a strong investor pitch for your startup, please join us. Paula Groves, Director Alameda County Small Business Development Center and Darlene Crane, Executive Director, Alliance for Community Development will be sharing their tips and answering your questions so you can move forward. 


◾Use a checklist to know when you are ready to apply 
◾Estimate preparation and practice to pitch 
◾Learn about other resources for entrepreneurs

Paula and Darlene have selected and coached entrepreneurs through the pitch events for the Bay Area Capital Connections Conference (BACC) since 2011. In their careers they have been educating and coaching entrepreneurs for over two decades.

The Alliance for Community Development is accepting applications to pitch at the Bay Area Capital Connections Conference Six (BACC6). Applications are due before midnight on August 23.

The BACC Conference series is dedicated to increasing access to financing and funding for companies with diverse leadership (inclusive of diverse, women and disabled veteran entrepreneurs). The Sixth Annual BACC is scheduled for October 3, 2013 at the Kaiser Center Auditorium and Lakeside Theater for October 3, 2013 from 12 noon – 6 p.m.

Details on the BACC6 application process now posted atwww.allianceforcommunitydevelopment.com

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Please note:  This event has a hard limit of 12 people.  If you find that you cannot attend, please change your RSVP so that someone else can make it.

  • August 13, 2013 at 5:30pm – 7:30pm
  • Tech Liminal
    555 12th Street Suite 110 Oakland CA
    Oakland, CA 94607
    United States
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  • Jonathan Fleming
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