Archive for September, 2010

Tue Sept 28 – Seven Core Strategies for Rapid-Fire Business Growth

Seven Core Strategies for Rapid-Fire Business Growth
Thursday September 28 12pm
Networking and registration open at 11:15am
BlackFinn American Saloon, Addison
Early registration includes lunch and is only $25
Registration and more info

DallasBlue Entrepreneurs Presentation and Networking
Seven Core Strategies for Rapid-Fire Business Growth

The companies that will be strong and profitable in the coming years are preparing for growth now. CEO, entrepreneur, and author JK Harris shows you how to do that with surefire strategies that are essential, regardless of company or industry.

This seven step seminar explains how you can build an unstoppable company.

1. Figure out What You Don’t Know
2. Identify Every Player on the Field
3. Put the Right People in the Right Places
4. Know Your Market, and Market Constantly
5. Build a Sales Team That Can Really Sell
6. Respect the Competition
7. Prepare for Success

JK (John) Harris is the author of The Flashpoints: Seven Core Strategies for Rapid-Fire Business Growth. He is the founder and CEO of JK Harris & Company, the nation’s largest tax representation firm.


DFW entrepreneur events, Tech Wildcatters, Baylor Angel Network

I’ll periodically post on what’s going on in the Dallas entrepreneur and startup community.  I welcome guest bloggers or pointers to already published pieces.

The DallasBlue Entrepreneurs Community Event Directory is the most comprehensive directory of North Texas entrepreneur and startup meetings.  Visit us to learn what’s happening or add your own event or group.

Tech Wildcatters recently hosted the Baylor Angel Network (BAN) (thanks Gabriella!). Attendees included the North Texas Angel Network and The InvestIn Forum.  Recent Tech Wildcatter graduates included Concepta Systems, CollegeJobConnect, Image Vision Labs, Mobestream, and Media Brand Protection Agency. Applications are open through Nov. 4 for their next round.

BAN is based in Waco and has two funding cycles that synch with the school year. MBA students serve as analysts to qualify applicants.  They’ve invested $550K in 5 ventures in 7 rounds to date.  They are not early stage investors. They expect products to be ready for the market.  There is a modest $100 application fee. They don’t limit investments to Baylor grads or specific markets, industries, or locations.

For links to these groups and more, and to add your own, visit the directory.

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