WHERE DO IDEAS COME FROM? SPECIAL EDITION FOR SMALL BUSINESS WEEK: Newbies & Wallflowers
Name: WHERE DO IDEAS COME FROM? SPECIAL EDITION FOR SMALL BUSINESS WEEK: Newbies & Wallflowers
Date: May 4, 2018
Time: 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM PDT
Registration: Sorry, public registration for this event has been closed.
In honor of Small Business Week, we bring you a
SPECIAL EDITION of FIRST COFFEE CONNECTION, NEWBIES & WALLFLOWERS
WHERE DO IDEAS COME FROM? by Miguel Colon of Chabot College's Entrepreneur and Business Program
Do ideas come from data? How are they inspired? Come attend this interactive workshop. Bring your business idea and get a feasibility analysis on the spot.
Miguel Colon is a tenure-tracked Professor of Entrepreneurship and Business at Chabot College. Mr. Colón was previously President of Transfer.ly, a crowdfunding closing platform. He also held various executive positions with Issuer Direct Corporation including, Vice President of Corporate Development and Head of EMEA. Miguel was the founder and CEO of SEC Compliance Services a full service XBRL and EDGAR provider. SEC Compliance Services captured significant market share in less than a year, which led to the purchase of its assets by Issuer Direct Corporation.
Prior to founding SECCS, Miguel served as the managing partner of a boutique venture development firm where he oversaw the firm’s investment and acquisition strategy. He has served in various executive positions in the technology industry for both public and private companies and has managed several mergers, acquisitions, and public and private capital formations.
Miguel is President Emeritus of the San Francisco board for the National Society of Hispanic MBA’s (now Prospanica), an organization focused on furthering Latino professionals through graduate education. Mr. Colón received his Master’s of Business Administration (MBA) and Bachelors of Arts in Management from St. Mary’s College of California.
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