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Austin Chapter February 2020 Breakfast Meeting


Please join us as we welcome Adelle Archer, CEO of Eterneva, as she presents "The Founding Story Behind Diamonds from Ashes & Disrupting Deathcare."
 
In addition to sharing with the audience the story of how she came to start Eterneva, Adelle will also touch upon the following:
  • Opportunity is at the intersection of a calling and a badass business model
  • Creative scrappiness is the starter material for an innovative business
  • The massive ROI of early brand identity
  • The science of hiring and the best investment we've made
  • The mavericks of fundraising: taking a non-traditional path
  • Lessons from the Tank
We hope you will join us!

Please note: Non-FEI Austin members and sponsors are welcome to attend this meeting as a guest. Guest fees for attendees who would qualify for FEI membership are $50, and for those who do not qualify for FEI membership the fee is $200.  To determine whether or not you qualify, please check this link: FEI Membership Qualifications. For additional questions, please contact FEI Austin Chapter Administrator Jenny Garcia at feiaustin@gmail.com or (512) 587-6972.

Speakers

Adelle Archer

CEO
Eterneva

Credits

1.00 CPE
Basic

Method

group-live

Field

Management Services, Technical

Prerequisites

none

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