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This Week in Entrepreneurship – 12/12/17

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This Week in Entrepreneurship – 12/12/17

Are you an entrepreneur or small business owner interested in participating in our popular “Entrepreneurship Spotlight” survey? Visit our Entrepreneurship Spotlight page for more information about how to submit your information. New Q&As will go up weekly at the top of “This Week in Entrepreneurship” as they come in. Click here for a complete listing of past spotlights. Last Week at 1 Million Cups Fort Wayne 1 Million Cups is an event for local entrepreneurs to meet and present their startups to the thriving peer network of founders in Fort Wayne. The events occur every Wednesday morning at 9 a.m. at Sweetwater. Check out their website for more information and to learn about more area entrepreneurs. Last week’s guest was Rich Hoppe of the Fort Wayne Indoor Skatepark. Notes from Around the Region Upcoming Events 1 Million Cups Fort Wayne Recurs weekly on most Wednesdays Upcoming presenters: December 13 – Coaches Roundtable December 20 – Erik Magner, Meister Cook LLC January 3 – Brett Meyer, Donation Spring 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM SCORE – Creditworthiness Workshop Tuesday, December 12 5:00 PM WEOC – Strengthening Professional Skills Workshop Series Wednesday, December 13 7:30 AM – 9:00 AM NE ISBDC – Launching Your Own Business: A Sound and Proven Path Wednesday, December 13 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM NE ISBDC – Funding Options and Financial Literacy for Small Business Monday, December 18 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM SCORE – Finding the Money Workshop Tuesday, December 19 5:00 PM News Summit City Entrepreneur and Enterprise District (SEED) – Bill No. R-17-11-25 Proposed ordinance advances in Fort Wayne City Council Submit Your Entrepreneurship Events and Announcements Do you have an event coming up? Submit your details to our Living Fort Wayne calendar here, which is part of the new Current Fort Wayne network of calendars. All other announcements may be directed to...

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This Week in Entrepreneurship – 12/05/17

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This Week in Entrepreneurship – 12/05/17

Are you an entrepreneur or small business owner interested in participating in our popular “Entrepreneurship Spotlight” survey? Visit our Entrepreneurship Spotlight page for more information about how to submit your information. New Q&As will go up weekly at the top of “This Week in Entrepreneurship” as they come in. Click here for a complete listing of past spotlights. Last Week at 1 Million Cups Fort Wayne 1 Million Cups is an event for local entrepreneurs to meet and present their startups to the thriving peer network of founders in Fort Wayne. The events occur every Wednesday morning at 9 a.m. at Sweetwater. Check out their website for more information and to learn about more area entrepreneurs. Last week’s guest was Kam Eley of Ely Software Consulting, LLC. Notes from Around the Region Upcoming Events 1 Million Cups Fort Wayne Recurs Weekly on Most Wednesdays Upcoming presenters: December 6 – Rich Hoppe, Fort Wayne Indoor Skatepark December 13 – TBA December 20 – Erik Magner, Meister Cook LLC January 3 – Brett Meyer, Donation Spring 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM Pitch Fest – Center for Creative Collaboration Wednesday, December 6 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM WEOC Workshop – Funding Your Business – Sessions 1 & 2 Thursday, December 7 Thursday, December 14 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM Greater Fort Wayne Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Membership & Networking Meeting Thursday, December 7 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM PowerUP – Start Fort Wayne Friday, December 8 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM SCORE – Creditworthiness Workshop Tuesday, December 12 5:00 PM NE ISBDC – Launching Your Own Business: A Sound and Proven Path Wednesday, December 13 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM NE ISBDC – Funding Options and Financial Literacy for Small Business Monday, December 18 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM SCORE – Finding the Money Workshop Tuesday, December 19 5:00 PM Submit Your Entrepreneurship Events and Announcements Do you have an event coming up? Submit your details to our Living Fort Wayne calendar here, which is part of the new Current Fort Wayne network of calendars. All other announcements may be directed to...

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This Week in Entrepreneurship – 11/29/17

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This Week in Entrepreneurship – 11/29/17

From a food cart to a food truck to a brick and mortar location serving up hot dogs, burgers and more, Bo Gonzalez and Bravas has experienced impressive growth in the Fort Wayne community since 2011. We caught up with one of the city’s most successful young restaurateurs in today’s entrepreneurship spotlight. (Read more) Are you an entrepreneur or small business owner interested in participating in our popular “Entrepreneurship Spotlight” survey? Visit our Entrepreneurship Spotlight page for more information about how to submit your information. New Q&As will go up weekly at the top of “This Week in Entrepreneurship” as they come in. Click here for a complete listing of past spotlights. Last Week at 1 Million Cups Fort Wayne 1 Million Cups is an event for local entrepreneurs to meet and present their startups to the thriving peer network of founders in Fort Wayne. The events occur every Wednesday morning at 9 a.m. at Sweetwater. Check out their website for more information and to learn about more area entrepreneurs. November 15th’s guest was Dylan Belcher of Cartt. Notes from Around the Region Upcoming Events 1 Million Cups Fort Wayne Recurs Weekly on Most Wednesdays Upcoming presenters: November 29 – Kam Eley, Eley Software Consulting December 6 – TBA December 13 – TBA December 20 – Erik Magner, Meister Cook LLC January 3 – Brett Meyer, Donation Spring 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM   SCORE – Intellectual Property Workshop – Grace College Wednesday, November 29 3:30 PM First Fridays at IWU Fort Wayne Friday, December 1 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM WEOC Workshop – Funding Your Business – Sessions 1 & 2 Thursday, December 7 Thursday, December 14 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM Greater Fort Wayne Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Membership & Networking Meeting Thursday, December 7 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM PowerUP – Start Fort Wayne Friday, December 8 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM SCORE – Creditworthiness Workshop Tuesday, December 12 5:00 PM NE ISBDC – Launching Your Own Business: A Sound and Proven Path Wednesday, December 13 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM NE ISBDC – Funding Options and Financial Literacy for Small Business Monday, December 18 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM SCORE – Finding the Money Workshop Tuesday, December 19 5:00 PM Announcement There are still open slots for the next cohort of the Compass entrepreneurship coaching program, which starts on December 2. Email Steve Franks at sfranks@startfortwayne.com for more details. See archived news release from Start Fort Wayne.   Submit Your Entrepreneurship Events and Announcements Do you have an event coming up? Submit your details to our Living Fort Wayne calendar here, which is part of the new Current Fort Wayne network of calendars. All other announcements may be directed to...

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This Week in Entrepreneurship – 11/21/17

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This Week in Entrepreneurship – 11/21/17

Businesses can come in all different shapes and sizes. Some of them are big – some of them are small. Little did I know one of our very own committee members has a small business she is running in addition to her full-time job and volunteer work with us in YLNI’s Living Fort Wayne blog committee and with the Emerging Leaders Alliance. Check out Victoria Sarjeant and I’m Not Wining and Essential Oils in today’s post. (Read more) Are you an entrepreneur or small business owner interested in participating in our popular “Entrepreneurship Spotlight” survey? Visit our Entrepreneurship Spotlight page for more information about how to submit your information. New Q&As will go up weekly at the top of “This Week in Entrepreneurship” as they come in. Click here for a complete listing of past spotlights. Coming up next week – one of our city’s up-and-coming young restaurateurs. Be sure to check it out! Last Week at 1 Million Cups Fort Wayne 1 Million Cups is an event for local entrepreneurs to meet and present their startups to the thriving peer network of founders in Fort Wayne. The events occur every Wednesday morning at 9 a.m. at Sweetwater. Check out their website for more information and to learn about more area entrepreneurs. Last week’s guest was Dylan Belcher of Cartt. Notes from Around the Region Upcoming Events 1 Million Cups Fort Wayne Recurs Weekly on Most Wednesdays Upcoming presenters: November 22 – No event due to the Thanksgiving holiday November 29 – Kam Eley, Eley Software Consulting December 6 – TBA December 13 – TBA December 20 – Erik Magner, Meister Cook LLC January 3 – Brett Meyer, Donation Spring 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM Social & Marketing Breakfast Fort Wayne Tuesday, November 28 7:30 AM – 9:00 AM SCORE Chapter 50 – What’s in a Business Plan Workshop – Angola Tuesday, November 28 5:00 PM SCORE – Intellectual Property Workshop – Grace College Wednesday, November 29 3:30 PM PowerUP – Start Fort Wayne Friday, December 8 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM SCORE – Creditworthiness Workshop Tuesday, December 12 5:00 PM NE ISBDC – Launching Your Own Business: A Sound and Proven Path Wednesday, December 13 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM NE ISBDC – Funding Options and Financial Literacy for Small Business Monday, December 18 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM Resource Spotlight Northeast Indiana Innovation Center (NIIC) YouTube Channel New videos about last week’s Global Entrepreneurship Week and past videos from the NIIC. Junior Achievement of Northern Indiana JA is sharing tips and advice from entrepreneurs in northeast Indiana on their social media from their 100+ Entrepreneurs campaign. Check it out today for a little inspiration for both children and adults alike. Submit Your Entrepreneurship Events and Announcements Do you have an event coming up? Submit your details to our Living Fort Wayne calendar here, which is part of the new Current Fort Wayne network of calendars. All other announcements may be directed to...

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This Week in Entrepreneurship – 11/14/17

Posted by on November 14, 2017 | Comments Off on This Week in Entrepreneurship – 11/14/17

This Week in Entrepreneurship – 11/14/17

Are you an entrepreneur or small business owner interested in participating in our popular “Entrepreneurship Spotlight” survey? Visit our Entrepreneurship Spotlight page for more information about how to submit your information. New Q&As will go up weekly at the top of “This Week in Entrepreneurship” as they come in. Click here for a complete listing of past spotlights. Last Week at 1 Million Cups Fort Wayne 1 Million Cups is an event for local entrepreneurs to meet and present their startups to the thriving peer network of founders in Fort Wayne. The events occur every Wednesday morning at 9 a.m. at Sweetwater. Check out their website for more information and to learn about more area entrepreneurs. Last week’s guest was Josh Smith of Donor Wrangler. Notes from Around the Region Upcoming Events 1 Million Cups Fort Wayne Recurs Weekly on Most Wednesdays This week’s presenter will be Dylan Belcher of Cartt. 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM Student Entrepreneurial Meetup Tuesday, November 14 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM SCORE Chapter 50 – Finding the Money Workshop Tuesday, November 14 5:00 PM South Bend Code School // Fort Wayne Demo Day Tuesday, November 14 5:30 PM Caffeinated Conversations Wednesday, November 15 7:30 AM – 9:00 AM Lunch & Workshop: Patent, Copyright, and Trademark Protection Wednesday, November 15 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM Attorney One-On-One Consultation Wednesday, November 15 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM Elevate Northeast Indiana Investor Network Event Wednesday, November 15 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM Five Common Money Mistakes of Entrepreneurs Thursday, November 16 7:30 AM – 9:00 AM The Ultimate Entrepreneurship Expo 2017 Sunday, November 19 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM SCORE Chapter 50 – Branding Workshop Tuesday, November 21 5:30 PM Social & Marketing Breakfast Fort Wayne Tuesday, November 28 7:30 AM – 9:00 AM SCORE Chapter 50 – What’s in a Business Plan Workshop – Angola Tuesday, November 28 5:00 PM Intellectual Property Workshop – Grace College Wednesday, November 29 3:30 PM Announcements Submit Your Entrepreneurship Events and Announcements Do you have an event coming up? Submit your details to our Living Fort Wayne calendar here, which is part of the new Current Fort Wayne network of calendars. All other announcements may be directed to...

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Youth coding projects to be on display at Start Fort Wayne

Posted by on November 13, 2017 | Comments Off on Youth coding projects to be on display at Start Fort Wayne

Youth coding projects to be on display at Start Fort Wayne

Release from Start Fort Wayne South Bend Code School // Fort Wayne will conduct its inaugural “demo day” for students and guests at the Atrium co-working space downtown at 5:30 p.m. on November 14 (Tuesday). This is the school’s first cohort in Fort Wayne and first-ever expansion program outside of South Bend. Students ages 11-18 will be showing off the apps and websites they have built over the last eleven weeks. The demonstration is open to the public. The “Jumpstart Web Development” course offered an introduction to web development. Students learned three coding languages (HTML, CSS, and JavaScript) and built two websites. One of the websites is an app aimed at bettering the students’ community; more specifically to raise awareness around mental health issues and resources. The students will also have the opportunity to present their new products to tech professionals at Google in Chicago later this month. The SBCS // FW is a partnership, formed earlier this year between South Bend Code School and Start Fort Wayne designed to give youth technology skills, and to expose youth to technology-related career and education paths at an early age. Start Fort Wayne began in 2015 with a mission to strengthen the infrastructure that supports entrepreneurs in northeast Indiana, supporting a long-term vision to attract innovation and high-growth companies to launch their venture in northeast Indiana. “We have been so pleased with our inaugural class in Fort Wayne,” said Alexandra Liggins, co-founder of South Bend Code School, in a prepared release. “The students were eager and receptive learners, and are now equipped to consider the next steps in their coding and tech education. We are excited to continue our partnership with Start Fort Wayne to give students real-world skills to prepare them for the future.” Start Fort Wayne Executive Director, Rhonda Ladig states in a prepared release, “Today, every venture is impacted by tech. The Narwhal and the Manatee is a good example. They make bath and skin care products here in Fort Wayne, but they do much of their business online. So, e-commerce is a core part of their model. This type of education is vital to supporting the needs of our current entrepreneurs and also helps grow the workforce in the area of coding to make northeast Indiana a more attractive place to launch a venture.” Start Fort Wayne’s other programs include entrepreneur coaching services called LevelUp and the Atrium coworking space downtown at 111 W. Berry St. Start Fort Wayne also launched Indiana’s first chapter of the Kauffman Foundation’s “1 Million Cups” program, which is a free program that meets every Wednesday at 9:00 a.m. at Sweetwater with 40-60 entrepreneurs attending each week. For more information: More about South Bend Code School: southbendcodeschool.com More about Start Fort Wayne: startfortwayne.com More about the Atrium: atriumfw.com If you have child who is interested in participating in the next cohort, please...

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Grad School – How do you decide?

Posted by on November 8, 2017 | Comments Off on Grad School – How do you decide?

Grad School – How do you decide?

Do I need a master’s degree? Is it worth the investment? What’s the point? I must have asked myself these questions a hundred times before deciding that graduate school was, indeed, my next move. Here was my rationale: I enjoy learning. Exploring the gaps of knowledge that encourage me to perform my job more effectively is important to my success. I want to advance my career. Maybe it’s pursuing a leadership role, or finding new ways to develop and apply my skills. Graduate school can help me find my direction. Personal growth is important to me. I want to grow as a professional, but I also want personal fulfillment; that’s something graduate school can facilitate. Finding the Right School & Program A notable difference from my undergrad was that this time around I knew exactly what I wanted out of a program. Some of those needs included: Face to face interaction. Well acquainted with my learning style, I recognized that an online program was not ideal for me. Flexibility to explore other disciplines. The opportunity to take classes outside of my program would enable me to gain diverse perspectives that I could apply to my education and professional career. Quality interaction with advisors and professors. The ability to discuss concerns and questions with faculty without chasing them down was vital. Flexibility. I wanted an outline of what I needed to do to complete the program without pressure to finish within a certain time-frame. Ultimately, the Professional Communication program at IPFW met my needs and was an affordable, convenient option. My personal conversations with friends and colleagues really sealed the deal. A college peer earned her MA in Writing from IPFW through the Master of English program and had wonderful things to say about her experience. Ashley Motia, a friend and mentor of mine, earned her MA in Professional Communication. I remember asking Ashley about her experience in the program when I was researching schools. These conversations, with people who were in my shoes not long before me, were helpful and reassuring as I explored my options. Student-faculty interaction was key in my search for the right school, so, I appreciated how willing and eager IPFW faculty were to meet with me and answer my questions. To quote the wise words of my friend and mentor Ashley, “Your graduate school career should start with and be sustained by quality conversations with faculty and advisors. Those personal interactions are what infuse value into your degree.” The significance of these interactions is obvious, even when I talk to other students. Ian Lese, a graduate student in the Master of Public Management program at IPFW shared how his interactions with faculty influence his experience saying, “I am challenged every day at IPFW and it has made me a better student and person.” Addressing Concerns You may be wondering about the IU/Purdue split and how that impacted the graduate programs. I was curious too, and was hesitant to pursue a graduate degree from IPFW at first. I discussed my concerns with knowledgeable staff, and they reassured me that the programs would remain the same. Same programs, same faculty, same classes. The only change was the university awarding the degree—Purdue, a change that doesn’t impact every program, as many already award a Purdue degree. I asked Ian if...

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This Week in Entrepreneurship – 11/7/17

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This Week in Entrepreneurship – 11/7/17

In this week’s “Entrepreneurship Spotlight,” we are highlighting a new resident to our area who recently relocated from Oregon. Desiree Wiercyski is a life and business coach, a digital course creator and a podcaster. She describes her audience as “creative, driven and restless quarter-life women who are ready to own their future.” (Read more here) Are you an entrepreneur or small business owner interested in participating in our popular “Entrepreneurship Spotlight” survey like Desiree just did? Visit our Entrepreneurship Spotlight page for more information about how to submit your information. New Q&As will go up weekly at the top of “This Week in Entrepreneurship” as they come in. Click here for a complete listing of past spotlights. Last Week at 1 Million Cups Fort Wayne 1 Million Cups is an event for local entrepreneurs to meet and present their startups to the thriving peer network of founders in Fort Wayne. The events occur every Wednesday morning at 9 a.m. at Sweetwater. Check out their website for more information and to learn about more area entrepreneurs. Last week was a follow-up discussion on “A Very Special Episode” of 1MC. Notes from Around the Region Upcoming Events 1 Million Cups Fort Wayne Recurs Weekly on Most Wednesdays This week’s presenter is Josh Smith of Donor Wrangler. 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM Intellectual Property 101 For Business Owners Tuesday, November 7 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM Lean Canvas/Idea Evaluation Workshop – Angola Tuesday, November 7 5:00 PM The Elements of Marketing Wednesday, November 8 3:00 PM – 5:30 PM Global Entrepreneurship Week Monday, November 13 – Sunday November 19 Business Builder Breakfast Monday, November 13 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM Student Entrepreneurial Meetup Tuesday, November 14 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM SCORE Chapter 50 – Finding the Money Workshop Tuesday, November 14 5:00 PM Caffeinated Conversations Wednesday, November 15 7:30 AM – 9:00 AM Lunch & Workshop: Patent, Copyright, and Trademark Protection Wednesday, November 15 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM Attorney One-On-One Consultation Wednesday, November 15 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM Five Common Money Mistakes of Entrepreneurs Thursday, November 16 7:30 AM – 9:00 AM The Ultimate Entrepreneurship Expo 2017 Sunday, November 19 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM SCORE Chapter 50 – Branding Workshop Tuesday, November 21 5:30 PM Announcements   Submit Your Entrepreneurship Events and Announcements Do you have an event coming up? Submit your details to our Living Fort Wayne calendar here, which part of the new Current Fort Wayne network of calendars. All other announcements may be directed to...

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Release – Elmhurst Tours for Alumni, Staff and Families

Posted by on November 2, 2017 | Comments Off on Release – Elmhurst Tours for Alumni, Staff and Families

Release – Elmhurst Tours for Alumni, Staff and Families

News release from Waynedale.com   On November 10 and 11, alumni, their immediate families, and school staff will have a final opportunity to tour their former school and ‘Meet & Greet’ with fellow alums. The event will also feature food trucks offering Elmhurst ‘famous’ cafeteria food such as sticky buns, pizza and more. In addition, guests will have an opportunity to help revive the previously abandoned alumni association. The event will host the following groups each day of the two-day event: Friday, November 10; 8 am – 6 pm: Alumni who graduated in years 1969 or earlier, and their immediate family only, as well as former staff members. Saturday, November 11; 8 am – 6 pm: Alumni who graduated in years 1970 or after, and their immediate family only. All attendees will have the opportunity to experience a 25 minute guided walking tour of the main floor of the building, passing main features of their experiences as a student or staff member, such as the music rooms, courtyards, stage and auditorium, lecture room, staff areas, cafeteria, library, main gym and more. A suggested donation of $5 will be collected at the entrance. Proceeds will benefit the Waynedale community, split between the Waynedale Sidewalks & Trails Initiative and the Waynedale Corridor Project. Following the tour, guests are invited to the Main Gym for a ‘Meet & Greet’ with fellow alumni. There will be light refreshments and seating to allow guests to reminisce about their experiences. There will also be Elmhurst mementos available for purchase as a fundraiser for Waynedale community causes. The idea for such an event came from many alumni’s comments; which is when Daniel Westrick (class of 1995) and Josh Wolfe (class of 1996) began a Facebook group to start gathering input and collecting all class lists of names of alumni. With their experience of organizing community events, The Waynedale News was asked to lead the event and to pursue an agreement with Hanson Aggregates. Camille Garrison, Marketing Director for Kingston Residence Assisted Living and local community advocate has also assisted with the primary planning of event space, volunteers and tours. With a limited two day time-frame for tours and high attendance anticipated, it is suggested for attendees to arrive early and expect a line. Attendees should look for directional signage for parking and other instructions, which will be posted on the days of the event. As the building has been sitting empty for seven years, attendees should be cautioned that there is some deterioration and they will be required to sign a liability waiver before entering the building. No food, drinks or pets will be allowed inside. Local law enforcement agencies will be providing event security. Attendees should also take note that this event and The Waynedale News have no affiliation with Hanson Aggregates or Fort Wayne Community Schools. The Waynedale News would like to remind guests that this is a time to respect those who would like to step back in time and re-live warm memories of time spent in the school; not a time for negativity in reference to the difficult decisions made by owners of the property. Guests can find more information about the event, FAQ’s and more online at...

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This Week in Entrepreneurship – 10/31/17

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This Week in Entrepreneurship – 10/31/17

Lauren Caggiano – Entrepreneurship Spotlight In this week’s “Entrepreneurship Spotlight,” we profile Lauren Caggiano, a Fort Wayne-based writer, editor and French translator with more than a decade of experience. Caggiano is chief wordsmith and founder of WriteOn, LLC and offers a broad spectrum of services from copywriting to brand audits to tutoring. (Read more here) Are you an entrepreneur or small business owner interested in participating in our popular “Entrepreneurship Spotlight” survey like Lauren just did? Visit our Entrepreneurship Spotlight page for more information about how to submit your information. New Q&As will go up weekly at the top of “This Week in Entrepreneurship” as they come in. Click here for a complete listing of past spotlights. Last Week at 1 Million Cups Fort Wayne 1 Million Cups is an event for local entrepreneurs to meet and present their startups to the thriving peer network of founders in Fort Wayne. The events occur every Wednesday morning at 9 a.m. at Sweetwater. Check out their website for information and to learn about more area entrepreneurs. Last week was a follow-up discussion on a Chris Hively presentation. Notes from Around the Region Upcoming Events 1 Million Cups Fort Wayne Recurs Weekly on Most Wednesdays Check back on the 1MC Facebook page to see if there will be a presenter this week. 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM Score Chapter 50 Intro to Business Workshop – Warsaw Wednesday, November 1 3:00 PM Indiana Conference for Women – Indianapolis Tuesday, November 7 Located in Indianapolis Intellectual Property 101 For Business Owners Tuesday, November 7 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM Lean Canvas/Idea Evaluation Workshop – Angola Tuesday, November 7 5:00 PM The Elements of Marketing Wednesday, November 8 3:00 PM – 5:30 PM Score Chapter 50 – Finding the Money Workshop Tuesday, November 14 5:00 PM Lunch & Workshop: Patent, Copyright, and Trademark Protection Wednesday, November 15 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM Attorney One-On-One Consultation Wednesday, November 15 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM The Ultimate Entrepreneurship Expo 2017 Sunday, November 19 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM Submit Your Entrepreneurship Events and Announcements Do you have an event coming up? Submit your details to our Living Fort Wayne calendar here. All other announcements may be directed to...

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