TechOhio Monthly Events Calendar:
Ohio may be social distancing, but entrepreneurial organizations and businesses across the state are still holding events to bring leaders and innovators together.
Here’s a look at some of the virtual tech and startup-oriented events coming up:
Aug. 4, 9 a.m.
Member introductions and networking, access to free Member Courses and an overview of growth track tips for getting reviews, understanding your top keyword list and more.
Aug. 6, 2 p.m.
We’re living in extraordinary times: Covid19, economic crisis, social disruptions, and even more uncertainty ahead. Extraordinary times call for extraordinary leadership, challenging even the strongest leaders to step up as fully as the moment demands. The most important mindset — and skill — required for extraordinary leadership is empathy: the ability not just to see opposing points of view, but to see and feel what others see from their point of view.
Aug. 10, 12 p.m.
Join virtually to find out more about learning to code in our bootcamps and building career connections in our Pathway Program. Leave with a better understanding about the industry, our program, and if it may be a good fit for you.
Aug. 11, 9:30 a.m.
Investors look for companies that have identified substantial, reachable market opportunities that are large enough to generate significantly better than average returns. Join us for this session with Rev1 Venture Analyst, Tim Roe, as we discuss how to approach assessing the market opportunity for your solution, how much of the market you can serve, and what investors think about your market through these lenses.
Aug. 14, 12 p.m.
Every business should aspire to tie its work back to revenue influenced by marketing activities. This can be easier to do for some activities vs. others. In this session, you will learn how to associate most of your marketing efforts with revenue. For businesses with limited resources, directly measuring the success of marketing campaigns is critical.
Aug. 20, 10 a.m.
Your business’ operational roadmap is paved with five important tools—Delegate and Elevate, Accountability Chart, Operational Tools, Customer Service Matrix, and Advisory Network. We’ll break down what they are, how to use them and how they work together to achieve success and efficiency in your business during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond.
Aug. 25, 10 a.m.
We will plan to discuss the various sales models that an entrepreneur needs to understand in order to effectively navigate outreach. We’ll train on how best to sell when he/she is the only salesperson and also wears all other hats. We’ll discuss technologies that will let the entrepreneur automate certain features while making sure the quality of outreach remains high in their limited “selling” time. We’ll talk about how to prepare to take their sales program from “I have 5 contacts on LinkedIn that I’m going to get meetings with” to “I want to target all decision-makers within 1 hour of my office to try and get my first 20 customers.”
Aug. 26, 8:30 a.m.
Join us August 26-27 for a game-changing virtual event focused on the future of supply chains — featuring leading-edge innovators, startups investors, technology experts, and even digitally savvy activists. We’ll experience the breathtaking pace of supply-chain innovation, meet the entrepreneurs and investors who are on the front edge of this innovation, and explore how Greater Cincinnati — America’s “Great SupplyWay” — is leading the way toward a future that is arriving faster than we ever imagined.
Aug. 27, 2 p.m.
We’re living in extraordinary times: Covid-19, economic crisis, social disruptions, and even more uncertainty ahead. Extraordinary times call for extraordinary leadership, challenging even the strongest leaders to step up as fully as the moment demands. The most important mindset — and skill — required for extraordinary leadership is empathy: the ability not just to see opposing points of view, but to see and feel what others see from their point of view.