A monthly event for local entrepreneurs to meet and present their startups to the thriving peer network of founders in Austin. The coffee is highly encouraged.
Welcome to Austin 1MC!
Please join us Wednesday, April 3rd . Coffee starts flowing at 8:45 am and presentations begin at 9:00 am
Tillery Kitchen and Bar
3201 Cesar Chavez, Austin, Texas 78702
Parking is free
Meet our two presenting entrepreneurs:
Andrew Cates of Lobby Days - Lobby Days is a B2B SaaS product that automates currently manual processes required to set up and administer a lobby day at the capitol, in which advocacy organizations bring large groups of people to the capitol to advocate on their issues.
Tony Aguilar of Chipper App - Chipper rounds up change from everyday transactions and automatically chips away your pesky student loans. The average borrower will save $6,200 and 4 years on repayment.
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Meets the 1st Wednesday of the Month
This is a revamped program designed to fill in the gaps , share expertise, and open doors. It is based on our Street and Owners MBA, writings,and trainings programs plus our award-winning Entrepreneurs' Association.
Profit Producers Launchpad is an online education program focused on helping business owners turn their business profitable in as little as 6 weeks. The program was developed by Jeff Kikel, the CEO/Founder of T-Werx Coworking in Austin, TX.
Every week, entrepreneurs present their startup companies to their communities and learn how their community can help support their business to flourish.
The organizers are independent licensees of the 1 Million Cups trade name and are not affiliated with the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation ("Kauffman"). All information, views, opinions and commentaries presented herein are those of the organizers and not those of Kauffman.