Head of global research and development at Life Technologies
Chair, Department of Chemical Physiology, The Scripps Research Institute; Co-director, Center for Physiological Proteomics, The Scripps Research Institute
CEO and co-founder of BoostSuite
When: Friday, June 12, 2009 7 – 9 am
Early-Bird Networking begins at 6:30 am
Where: Bellevue Harbor Club, Bellevue, Washington
Parking: Please park at the Bellevue Corporate Plaza Garage for parking validation. This is the free standing garage located at NE 6th St on 110th Ave. From NE 8th St turn south on 110th Ave NE. Garage entrance will be on your right hand side. Please note that parking is NOT validated in the Harbor Club building garage.
Speaker: Mike Mathieu, All Star Directories
In today’s capital-constrained environment, scaling your business requires a capital-efficient strategy. But it also requires placing smart bets with your hard, cold cash to unleash profitable growth. One paradoxically smart investment for growth companies can be hiring highly skilled, seemingly “expensive” outside consultants to patch holes in your organization, so you can focus on the core strengths that drive profitable growth. Our keynote for this topic is Mike Mathieu, founder and former CEO of All Star Directories and current chairman of Front Seat, a civic software company. In addition to his personal and professional success, Mike was a highly-rated speaker at Entrepreneur University, and we’re thrilled to have him! In a conversational format, he’ll talk about how he successfully leveraged such relationships to bootstrap All Star Directories following the dotcom bubble and how you can apply the same lessons in the current environment.
With this breakfast, we’re also piloting an innovative “Partner Fair” during the caffeinated networking session before the program (6:30-7:30) and after (9-10am), where you’ll have a chance to meet senior partners in Marketing, Legal, and HR to discuss whether an outsourced solution might be appropriate for your situation. Hope you can join us!
*As of the December 2008 breakfast, due to rising venue costs for late registrations, the price to attend the breakfast will be increasing by $5 starting on the Tuesday before the breakfasts
Regular Registration: $25 for members, $40 for non-members.
After June 8: $30 for members, $45 for non-members
Members, bring a bring a first time attendee guest at the member rate!