Sunday, March 11, 2007

What I expect to get from attending the 2007 Entrepreneurial Connections (EntConnect) conference

Although I am personally no longer working in entrepreneurial mode, I am still very interested in the topic as well as collateral benefits. So, here are some of the things I expect to get out of attending the 2007 Enrepreneurial Connections (EntConnect) conference out in Colorado at the end of the month:

  1. Get a sense of how vibrant the entrepreneurial spirit is these days.
  2. Meet up with old friends.
  3. Network with other technical professionals, who are also into or interested in the entrepreneurial thing.
  4. Gain insight into how people are dealing with the many issues that confront entrepreneurs.
  5. Learn about recents technology developments.
  6. Get a feel for how the economy is treating people and technology businesses these days.
  7. Learn from the successes of others.
  8. Learn from the failures of others.
  9. Share visions of the future.
  10. Lots of interesting after-hours discussions with technical entrepreneurs.

-- Jack Krupansky


At 1:33 AM EDT , Anonymous Anonymous said...

OK Jack - you took me to the cleaners on my comments regarding cab fare on the way home from this gig. Fair enough.

My original comment from some posts back still stands - how many people actually attend EntConnect anymore? What is Bill Gates up to these days?

Fair questions from the only person that appears to comment on your blogs, so throw me a bone ...

At 1:46 AM EDT , Blogger Jack Krupansky said...

Attendence is around 20 to 25 or so.

Last I heard, WEG had a day job. Nothing exciting, but not publishing a mazazine or running a printing plant or anything exciting or exotic like that. He was at the conference last year and may be there this year, but simply as an attendee, not part of running the show.

-- Jack Krupansky


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