How to Find a Technical Co-Founder
04 Jul 2019 07:00pm - 09:00pm
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How to Find a Technical Co-Founder

04 Jul 2019 07:00pm - 09:00pm

Free Event
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Garage Academy is pleased to host Entrepreneur First and Techstars for How to Find a Technical Co-Founder

If you're an individual looking to start your own tech company, but lack the necessary network to give your business a kick-start, here's your golden opportunity. It can be frustrating when you identify a tech business opportunity, but don't have a technical co-founder to bring your vision to life. One of the biggest challenges when looking to start a tech company, is the search for a complementary, committed co-founder. The person you need may not be in your personal network.

 

What can you bring home?

The panel will address several key questions that revolves around the theme of "how to build a company with a stranger"— Where to begin search for a technical co-founder, qualities to look for in a technical co-founder, how to build a strong positive working relationship with a technical co-founder. 

 

About the Speakers:


Ashish Justin

Ashish Justin is CEO and co-founder of Carnot Innovations. He has a master’s degree in Automation and Control from Nanyang Technological University Singapore and a bachelor’s degree in Electronics and Instrumentation from Vellore Institute of Technology University in India. He is a Certified Energy Manager and a Certified Measurement and Verification Professional by the Association of Energy Engineers USA.

 


Megan Lam

Megan Lam is CEO and co-founder of Neurum. She has a background in psychiatric research. At Yale School of Medicine, she used digital data from connected devices to find patterns on depressive symptoms. There, she co-founded emeritus Psychiatry Technology Group. She serves on the executive board of Global Innovation and New Technologies Health events, and is a digital mental health expert for non-profits/corporates.

 


Josephine Chan (Moderator)

Josephine is WHub’s Community Manager and has years of CRM/business development experience in both the corporate and startup ecosystems. She is passionate about helping startups scale and grow by connecting them to the resources they need. She believes that one of they key drivers of startup success is through creating and maintaining a professional yet personable network, where individuals can leverage the strength of the community. Josephine is also a coach and through this aims to help people identify their strengths and uncover their passions. She is also a strong women’s advocate and leads the speaker team of TEDxTinHauWomen.


About the Organizers:

 

Entrepreneur First

Entrepreneur First is the world’s leading talent investor. We invest time and money in the world’s most talented and ambitious individuals, helping them to find a co-founder, develop an idea, and start a company. So far, we’ve helped 1,000+ people create 200+ companies, worth a combined $1.5bn.

 


Techstars

Techstars is the worldwide network that helps entrepreneurs succeed. Techstars Mentorship-Driven Accelerator Programs help founders do more faster and Techstars Startup Programs inspire, educate and connect entrepreneurs. Techstars accelerator portfolio includes more than 1,500 companies with a market cap of $13.9 Billion. 

 


Garage Academy

Garage Academy is Garage Society’s knowledge-sharing platform with a mission to nurture the leaders of the new generation workforce through a wide curation of classes, workshops and community events rooted in innovation and emerging technologies.

Join our digital community Garage Commons now to connect with fellow entrepreneurial minds, build your personal & professional skill set, and innovate & grow your business!

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