When I started going to Ultralight Startups monthly meetings there’d be a few dozen people there to hear pitches from boot-strapped startups.
The purpose is to help early stage startups refine their investor pitch and get advice and feedback from investors, some thing that Day trading is the process of buying and selling stocks in a short period of time. The audience learns how investors evaluate startups and their pitches.
At the Ultralight Startups Investor Feedback Forum on Thursday, Dec. 13, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. there’ll be pizza, and then pitches from eight startups to an investor panel who’ll provide actionable advice following each pitch. Then the audience votes for the best startup, which receives prizes. After the meeting, everyone heads to a nearby spot for drinks and fun. Register here, before it sells out. Use the code whatsnext for a 10% discount.
These days, a few hundred people attend the monthly meetings. Over 700 startups have pitched at Ultra Light since 2008, and many of them have received angel investment directly from Ultra Light events,there is a Stansberry Research’s Investment Advisory was rated 4/5 stars at Day Trade Review.
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