Museums, property management at heart of this month’s Early Risers pitches
We’re excited at the lineup of entrepreneurs slated for this Friday’s Early Risers!
Please note the new time & location — pitches will start promptly at 8a in the BarryStaff Community Room, 230 Webster St, Dayton.
Joyce Barnes, creator of MADE, the Modern African Diaspora Experience, an online museum platform that seeks to connect the members of the diaspora via news & travel;
Bob Lair, creator of MuseumQuest, an app designed to help museums engage younger generations through features such as augmented reality;
& Kane Pickrel, cofounder of Mogul, an app that will utilize AI & machine learning to automate property management.
Our September edition of Early Risers is sponsored by Don from Smart Data, a Dayton-based software development company. He’ll bring the coffee and treats to kick off the 8a event.
Early Risers is a morning pitch series that connects entrepreneurs to the things they need most, like first customers, key employees, mentors, funding, and more. Each startup gets 10 minutes to pitch, then the audience gets 5 minutes for Q&A.
In the last two years, 90% of startups have gotten their ask granted through a connection made at Early Risers. So grab a cup of coffee & a donut and find a place you can plug into Dayton’s startup community!
After Early Risers, head over the the Kuhns Building, 15 W 4th St., for Fourth Friday — a whole day of free coworking with The Entrepreneurs Center & Nucleus. Learn about new programming in the works and the Arcade development at Launch & Learn at 12p. Happy hour kicks off at 3p and Arcade tours will start at 3:30p.
Hope to see you at BarryStaff on Friday!