Lessons From an Epic Fail, Eddie Canaday

Eddie Canaday

Investor and Developer Eddie Canaday was in the middle of the kind of deal that makes venture capital legends when the subprime real estate catastrophe struck in 2008. He survived the crash, but not without fortunes lost and huge life lessons.

He shares his hundred million dollar education Monday August 5, 2019.

Mr Canaday talks about the lessons those hard days taught him and how he lives a deeper, more meaningful life as a result. He’s also doing pretty well as an entrepreneur.

Join us to hear Eddie Canaday tell his story and enjoy a free beer!

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Startup Beer featuring Eddie Canaday

When:
Monday, August 5th
7:00pm Networking
7:30pm Eddie Canaday Talks

Where:
Goat Island Brewing
1646-A John H Cooper Drive Southeast
Cullman, Alabama 35055

Free pizza and beer, and a good talk by a local entrepreneur.

Joe Ragsdale on 30A and Rock n’ Roll Sushi

Joe Ragsdale

With experiences building technology and brick and mortar business, Joe talks about entrepreneurship and shares his story of business ownership in Alabama.

Join us at Goat Island Brewing to hear Joe talk, and have a beer!

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Startup Beer featuring Joe Ragsdale

When:
Monday, July 8th
7:00pm Networking
7:30pm Joe Ragsdale Talks

Where:
Goat Island Brewing
1646-A John H Cooper Drive Southeast
Cullman, Alabama 35055

Free pizza and beer, and a good talk by a local entrepreneur.

Building our local startup culture with Britney Summerville

Britney Summerville

Community doesn’t just happen, it’s built by our efforts and passion.

Britney Summerville, Vice President of Community Engagement at Shipt, speaks Thursday morning at TVC’s Startup Coffee about her experience and work building a startup culture at both the powerhouse startup company from where she hails and her home state of Alabama.

Come participate, learn, and ask questions. Shipt launched from zero to a half billion dollar Birmingham based company in a matter of a few years. The culture it created is an archetype for other Alabama startups to consider. Alabama is poised to benefit from our special cocktail of an existing positive culture and an amazing economic opportunity. How we move forward depends greatly on how we build our new economy culture.

Coffee, donuts, and networking.

Startup Coffee Thursday 7am – 9am

Coffee and networking starts at 7am
Britney Summerville speaks at 8am.

Where?

Tech Village Cullman
105 Clark Street NE
Cullman, AL 35055