Small businesses, non-profits, arts groups, scientists – they’re all turning to large groups of small investors to back their ventures through something called crowdfunding. Crowdfunding got the legal nod from the recent JOBS Act and now crowdfund investing is creating a new avenue for start-up capital. On Wednesday, we learn more about crowdfunding and how entrepreneurs can harness the power and generosity of the group.
- Bryan Ritchie, University of Utah Technology Commercialization Office
- Berkeley Geddes, Grow America Ventures
- Bunnie Keen, Ingles Para Latinos
Crowdfunding Made Simple conference will be held Thursday, May 31 and Friday, June 1 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the University of Utah Guest House and Conference Center.
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Verbatim theater follows the premise that truth can be as powerful as fiction. Instead of dramatizing imaginary tales, verbatim theater lifts quotes from interviews and stages real-life reaction to political events, natural disasters and other truthful events. On Wednesday, we explore what makes verbatim theater so compelling.
- Jared Larkin, Westminster College theater professor
Verbatim Theatre performances will be staged Tuesday, May 29 and Thursday, May 31 at 8 p.m. in the Dumke Student Theatre, Westminster College, Salt Lake City. Tickets for the benefit performance are $5, and 100 percent of ticket sales will go directly to the Rape Recovery Center and the Salt Lake City branch of the YWCA. For more information, contact Jared Larkin at email@example.com.
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