Story 7: Advice for all Healthcare Entrepreneurs and Pitching to Investors + NEXT Awards and Nashville Election update
July 20, 2015 / Share:
I’ve summarized the highlights that capture the main points – all in under 20 minutes.
Dee Anna Smith, CEO of Sarah Cannon, expands on her recent Health Chat at the EC (in partnership with the Nashville Health Care Council) by talking about the “why” behind the healthcare industry and what makes successful healthcare entrepreneurs. She also discusses the steps individuals and companies need to make to course correct in their leadership strategy.
Our resident pitcher fixer Scott Rouse discusses how to make an investable pitch by doing as much front-end research as possible before your first meeting with investors. If someone introduces you to someone, do your research. Find out who they are, where they’re from, where they went to college, etc. This makes it much easier put your best foot forward to investors. The videos are available at investablepitch.com
Kelli Nowers, community coordinator at Nashville Entrepreneur Center, shared her favorite aspects of NEXT Awards (in partnership with The Nashville Chamber of Commerce). The awards honor entrepreneurial innovators in the Nashville area, from large companies to single individuals challenging and changing the way we do business. Click here to apply for the 2015 NEXT Awards.
Nancy DeKalb of the Davidson County Election Commission discusses the importance of voting in the upcoming historical election on August 6. While it is too late to register for the general election now, voters can still register for the potential run-off election by August 11 by going to nashville.gov/vote. Meredith McKay, the Community Engagement Assistant for the Davidson County Election Commission, also shared information on the upcoming election in the playlist below.
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