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Ask Me Anything (AMA) for Tech Entrepreneurs

January 25 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

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January 25
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1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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This will be a fun and candid conversation between tech founders and a pure founder exchange of best practices, experiences and stories.

About this event

If you’re a tech founder building a consumer or enterprise software startup, you definitely do not want to miss this event. It’s a great opportunity to connect with these two tech founders and ask them any questions you may have. Make sure you read their stories below before submitting your question on the registration page. Or just ask them in the LIVE event.

Speakers:

Victor Hunt – Co-founder and CEO of Astorian.

Astorian is a B2B real estate tech marketplace intended to improve residential and commercial efficiencies. Victor started the company in 2018, right after he graduated from Yale University. Their customers own and manage over 2,000 buildings in New York and they are venture backed by First Round Capital, Bessemer Venture Partners, and Village Global. You can ask Victor a variety of topics from building a enterprise tech company, B2B selling to fundraising, hiring, building a team etc.

Darren Lin – Co-founder of Foodini

Foodini is an app that empowers you to try new foods while giving restaurants an affordable platform to drive traffic. Current apps lack crucial knowledge for users, and Foodini solves this by providing the tools and support along the food journey so that customers feel confident trying a new dish or cuisine.

Darren is currently beta testing the app. “Having gone through the startup journey once (and failed) a year prior, I knew that in order to turn Foodini into a successful venture, I needed the right team to execute it.” Darren was able to bring in three team member who are software engineers and have experience in the restaurant space. You can ask Darren anything from building a consumer app to building a team.


QEDC hosts the Women's Business Center. QEDC encourages all women to participate in this and all other QEDC programs.



The Queens Women's Business Center is Funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). Reasonable accommodations will be made for persons with disability if requested at least two weeks in advance.


This program is supported in part through funding from Empire State Development.

This program is supported in part through funding from the office of the Queens Borough President.

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