Live Stream Event – Lessons In Leadership It Takes More Than Your IQ to Grow Your Business Your smarts alone are not enough when growing your business. Entrepreneurs who use next-level thinking
Live Stream Event – Lessons In Leadership
It Takes More Than Your IQ to Grow Your Business
Your smarts alone are not enough when growing your business. Entrepreneurs who use next-level thinking will outsmart the competition. Our speaker on September 24th is a consummate strategist for small and medium-sized businesses. Billy Glynn is the founder of Collective IQ and will give us a treasure trove of takeaways. They include:
- How your small business can go from Small Talk to a Big Deal.
- What to do when the boats are burning.
- How to turn failures into massive wins.
- The hazards of amateur mistakes and the upside of pro tactics.
- Key “anchor” concepts that see you through any challenging time.
When it comes to building, investing, and launching iconic brands, Billy Glynn is a business ninja. He gets in, executes practical tactics, and facilitates results. He has raised, invested, and helped build companies in excess of $1 billion. Billy Glynn was ranked by Information Week as one of the top 15 Global Innovators… and he’s scheduled to speak to GLO members and guests.
Reserve a front-row seat in this virtual presentation!
For more information, check out Bill’s background: He is a serial entrepreneur and has built several private equity platforms; Southeast Interactive, Pearl Street Capital, iBelay, and Pearl Street Ventures. Most recently he helped build Mediacast Holdings, a private equity and media investment company focused on building, investing, and launching iconic brands. In addition, he is an owner and advisor to Dugout Ventures, a private equity platform, comprised of Hall of Fame baseball icons with directed capital into strategically related businesses.He is the founder of Horticultural Asset Management where he pioneered landscaping valuation methodologies, living asset protection, and warranties, and property-casualty systems used by the majority of insurance companies in the US to underwrite and calculate insurance claims based upon liquidated damages to landscaping.Representative transactions include OpenSite Technologies (acquired by Siebel Systems NASDAQ: SEBL), iChat, acquired by KOZ from Acuity, Mediaspan, Inc., a newspaper technology industry roll up-sold to NEWSCYCLE Solutions, HAHT Commerce (sold to GXS), Accipiter (acquired by CMGI NADSAQ: CMGI), iEntertainment Network (NASDAQ: IENT), Wave Systems (NASDAQ: WAVX), Arsenal Digital Solutions Worldwide (Acquired by IBM), Red Storm Entertainment (JV with Tom Clancy – sold to Ubisoft Entertainment: Euronext Paris Stock Exchange), Time Line Studios (JV with Virtus corp. and Michael Crichton), Allconnect, ChanneLogics (Sold to Scientific Atlanta NYSE: SFA), How Stuff Works (Sold to Convex Group then Discovery Communications NASDAQ: DISCA).
(Thursday) 10:00 am - 11:00 am US Central