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What I Wish I Had Known Then – A Tech Entrepreneur Tells All

10/19/12

 

In the Summer of 2000, Gray Somerville co-founded a bootstrap technology company called Telogical Systems with a goal of transforming telecom services marketing while proving that business could be beautiful. Twelve years, two tech bubbles, and one great recession later, Telogical Systems is a profitable, self-sustaining, 75-employee enterprise with an average annual growth rate of over 20%, a Net Promoter Score of ~ 50%, and an Employee Engagement Score of 4.1 out of 5. At the October Fridays @ the Corridor, Gray will provide a summary of key lessons he has learned along the way beneficial for the prospective entrepreneur, as well as product developers within your company.

This one hour presentation, held at the Flagship on October 19, 2012, begins promptly at 8:30am. Parking is located at the Gaillard garage on Alexander Street. Please contact Amy Lawrence if interested in attending this event.

This interactive forum is meant to engage and inform Charleston's knowledge-based community.  Attendance is limited to 25 guests, with priority seating for Digital Corridor members.  The non-member fee is $20.

 

 

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