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New York 2002
About: New York 2002
On April 15th, 2002 Springboard Enterprises co-hosted a new, intensive training program for women entrepreneurs with the New-York based Women President's Organization at Goldman Sachs. Springboard Bootcamp: New York 2002 provided entrepreneurs with in-depth information about securing equity capital and hands-on access to the community that is dedicated to launching and growing high-growth businesses.
The one-day program offered expert advice on what it takes to build and pitch a successful equity backed business, gave participants hands on experience and demonstrations of venture pitches and provided direct access to local service providers, business development professionals and investor resources. In addition, a select group of participants pitched their businesses to a panel of investors. Harvard Business School Professor Myra Hart presented a business case-study of ZIPCAR, a Springboard company and Meg Whitman, CEO of eBay, started the day with some insights about the challenges and highpoints of running one of the most successful internet companies to date.
Goodwin Procter LLP
Greenberg Traurig LLP
ING US Financial Services
Mintz Levin Cohn Ferris Glovsky and Popeo