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05/31/2004 - Terabyte Tidbits

Small Business Month Continues
Small business month continues. For a complete listing of June events, see http://www.spokanebic.org/May2004topical.htm#ethical.

"Placing Your Bets: Where Will The Smart Money Land "
June 2, 2004. The Hogan Entrepreneurial Leadership Program and the Delta Angel Group join Jim Roberts in sponsoring the showing of the MIT Satellite Broadcast at the Gonzaga Foley Library Teleconference Center beginning Wednesday June 2, 2004. These broadcasts feature presentations on technical entrepreneurship from members of the MIT community and other leaders involved in building technology-oriented companies.

Topic: "Placing Your Bets: Where Will The Smart Money Land "
Date: Wednesday, June 2, 2004, 4:00 - 5:30 pm Pacific
Venue: Foley Teleconference Center, Gonzaga (Live from Kresge Auditorium on the MIT Campus)

According to the American Venture Capital Exchange, there may be as much as $68 Billion in venture capital financing available for investing. Now that the economy may be stabilizing, the $68 Billion question is: "Where will the money be spent?" "Placing Your Bets" is a can't-miss program for entrepreneurs looking to attract investors, as well as those interested in the hottest technologies and trends causing a stir among those that hold the purse strings. The Enterprise Forum's panel of experts includes Bob Metcalfe '68, father of the Ethernet, founder of 3Com, and now a general partner at Polaris Venture Partners; Guy Kawasaki, CEO and managing director of Garage Technology Ventures in Silicon Valley; and Ann Winblad, co-founding partner of San Francisco's Hummer Winblad Venture Partners.

19th Annual AGORA Awards
June 2. Spokane Regional Chamber, Wednesday, June 02, 2004 --- 4:30 pm., will recognize Spokane's finest and honor the year's best in these categories: Non-Profit Business, Small Business, Medium Business, Large Business, Entrepreneurial Spirit Award, and Community Service Award. Location: The Davenport Hotel, 10 South Post St., Spokane, WA 99201. Register on the Chamber's web site or call (509) 624-1393 for further information. Cost: $30, $300 corporate table of eight.

"The Future of Riverfront Park"
June 10. Plans for the new Science Center and 3-D IMAX Theatre will be presented at the next luncheon meeting of Marketing Associates of Spokane (MAS) where Paul Crutchfield of Spokane Parks & Recreation will speak about the future of Riverfront Park. Attendees will have the opportunity to see design concepts and have their questions answered on plans to revamp downtown Spokane's centerpiece attraction.

The meeting will take place on Thursday, June 10 from Noon --- 1:30pm at the Red Lion River Inn, 700 North Division Street in Spokane. The cost is $15 for MAS members and $25 for non-members; lunch in included. Reservation deadline is June 7. For membership information or to make a reservation, contact MAS Membership Chairwoman Hope Findley at (509) 276-9266 or visit the MAS website at www.maspokane.org.

Choosing a Business Entity,
June 15. Choosing a Business Entity topics are focused around the basic structures and requirements of partnerships and corporations. The workshop allows you to compare the pros and cons of business types including sole proprietorships, partnerships, corporations, and LLCs through review of each type of entities restrictions, requirements, and flexibility. Registration is required. Cost: FREE. Location: Spokane Area BIC, 801 W. Riverside Ave., Suite 240, Spokane, WA. To register call the Spokane Area BIC at (509) 353-2800 or fax the online registration form to: (509) 353-2600.

CONNECT Northwest Investor Forum
June 17. CONNECT NW Investor Forum 2004 will be Thursday, June 17 at the Davenport Hotel from 9 am to 5 pm. Inland Northwest tech businesses will have an opportunity to make pitches to accredited Northwest investors. Selected presenters will receive assistance on their pitches from a panel of professional service providers. The event is hosted by CONNECT Northwest in collaboration with the Delta Angel Group, WIN Partners, and Northwest Venture Associates. For more information, contact Bill Kalivas at (509) 444-6832 and Philip Sandifur at (509) 444-6832.

Vendor Education Seminar
June 24. Vendor Education Seminar will be given by the WA State Department of General Administration. Government entities purchase billions of dollars worth of goods & services each year. This event is an opportunity to learn how to effectively do business with multiple levels of government.

Conference Date & Location: Thursday, June 24, 2004 - 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Double Tree Hotel, Spokane, WA. Cost $55.00 - Includes morning snack, lunch, afternoon snack and all day training opportunities, and free parking. If you have questions, please contact Kerry Bustetter at (360) 902-0925 or Pam Warner at (360) 902-7416 or by email at OSPEvents@ga.wa.gov.



 
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