Calling all Entrepreneurs!

Trajectory Startup

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Calling all entrepreneurs! Launch your startup journey with Dave Parker’s five-month Trajectory Series. These after-hour zoom sessions will provide you the insight you need to tell your story and do the research that sits behind each slide of your pitch deck. 

You’ll have time between each session to complete the session deliverables. Each subsequent session will open with mentors reviewing your prior session’s deliverables. 

  • ​Introduction to the Trajectory Series 
  • ​Telling Your Story 
  • ​Research & Competitive Analysis 
  • ​Market Sizing 
  • ​Value Propositions 
  • ​Co-Founders – Finding one or having an Awkward Co-Founder Discussion

This training is presented by the Washington Technology Industry Association (WTIA), one of YCDA’s partners with a reputation for delivering world class programs for entrepreneurs, founders, and startups.

More information and registration is here:

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