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Go to There: Entrepreneurs Unpluggd's Event Tackling Funding Issues

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Go to There: Entrepreneurs Unpluggd's Event Tackling Funding Issues

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Do you have plans on April 26? Cancel them.

This coming Tuesday is the next Entrepreneurs Unpluggd, a sort of story slam run by and aimed at entrepreneurs. The topic addressed this month is funding: where to seek it and what sort of investors, if any, to consider.

Taking the stage will be InsuranceAgents.com CEO Seth Kravitz, BabbaCo CEO Jessica Kim, and OpenTable.com Founder Chuck Templeton.

They're each billed as coming from three different categories of entrepreneur: the bootstrapped entrepreneur, the venture-funded entrepreneur, and the angel-funded entrepreneur. So what they say should apply to almost everyone.

Entrepreneurs Unpluggd was started recently as a reaction to stodgy entrepreneur events where there's very little back-and-forth between audience and speaker, so if you have questions expect to find others who share them and also the answers to ones you haven't even thought of. There will be networking receptions before and after the event, which takes place at the Chopin Theatre on Division. You can get more information on booking a ticket here.

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