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Tuesday, April 1 • 1:30pm - 2:55pm
Crowfunding Your Latino Tech Startup

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SESSION OVERVIEW:
 
In 2013, three million people from 214 countries pledged $480 million to Kickstarter projects, making it one of the top vehicles startups have today to get funded today – and keep ownership. 
 
In this session led by Latino Startup Alliance co-founder Ed Martinez we’ll dig deep into the Crowdfunding game and explore how different Latino tech startups can take advantage of this innovative funding model, how to structure your startup’s pitch and much more! 
 
In this session you will learn:
- What kinds of projects are strong candidates for crowdfunding?
- What are the biggest do’s and don’ts of crowdfunding?
- How do you know your venture is right for crowdfunding?
- What are the ingredients of a good crowd funding campaign?
- What are the true costs of a crowdfunding project?
- What are the differences between the platforms? Are they all the same?

Moderators
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Ed Martinez

Cofounder, Latino Startup Alliance

Speakers
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Ana Flores

Blogger, Author and social media entrepreneur, Latina Bloggers Connect
Ana L. Flores has over 15 years of experience as a content creator and television producer, with a specialty in the U.S. Hispanic industry. After becoming a mom, she co-founded SpanglishBaby, the award-winning, go-to online community and resource for parents raising bilingual and bicultural. | | In December of 2010, Ana appeared on the cover of Hispanic Business Magazine as “The New Face of Social Media," just one month after launching... Read More →
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Alon Goren

Invested.in
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Jose Guevarra

Co-Founder, Crowdismo
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Fanny Véliz

Actress
Fanny Véliz, is an award winning filmmaker and actress. She writes, directs and produces short and feature-length films. She has appeared on television shows such as SOUTHLAND and independent films like the cult favorite WASSUP ROCKERS. Fanny is a citizen of both the United States and Venezuela. She is the president of Criolla Films a production company she founded in 2008. She has created projects which offer new opportunities for Latino... Read More →


Tuesday April 1, 2014 1:30pm - 2:55pm
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