Storytelling platforms, commercial sinks, addiction recovery apps on deck for Early Risers
May 21, 2019
We’re excited at the lineup of entrepreneurs slated for this Friday’s Early Risers!
Bridget Flaherty, founder of Lore, a storytelling coaching business;
Dallas Debruin, inventor of the Brun Triad, a device he describes as a Sink 2.0 with water, soap dispenser and air dryer all-in-one;
& Joe Thomas, founder of Recovery Amped, an app designed to help individuals fighting addiction find treatment quickly to reduce relapses !
Our May 2019 edition of Early Risers is sponsored by The Engineer’s Club. They’ll be bringing the coffee and eats to kicks off the 7:30-9am event.
Early Risers is a morning pitch series that connects entrepreneurs to the things they need most, like first customers, key employees, mentors, funding, and more. Each startup gets 10 minutes to pitch, then the audience gets 5 minutes for Q&A.
In the last two years, 90% of startups have gotten their ask granted through a connection made at Early Risers. So grab a cup of coffee & a donut and find a place you can plug into Dayton’s startup community!
Early Risers kicks off a whole FREE day of open co-working and events @444 with Dayton Tech Guide, Nucleus, Wright Brothers Institute & The Entrepreneurs Center.
Let us know you’re coming! Register here.
Want to pitch? Click here: http://bit.ly/pitchEarlyRisers
Want to sponsor (and get two minutes in front of the audience)? Click here: http://bit.ly/sponsorEarlyRisers
Hope to see you @444 on Friday!