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fundraising unlocked (live + irl)

July 25th, 2024
1:30 AM - 4:00 AM
Register to See Address, Los Angeles, California

Super Early Bird Admission - Through July 10 - $10 Early Bird Admission - Through July 17 - $30 Regular Admission- Starting July 18 - $50 "Fake it till you make it" is a HORRIBLE fundraising strategy. Faking it might have gotten you far in other parts of your life, but in fundraising, starting off on the wrong foot is a death sentence. After 5 years in VC and raising capital for my own startup that exited in 2020, I developed a fundraising workshop designed to get founders started on the right path to raising investor money. Fundraising Unlocked is the same workshop that has wow'd founders from Techstars, Harvard Business School, and accelerator programs around the world, drawing from the same fundraising training that has helped raise over $311M for startups worldwide. Join us on July 24th LIVE & IRL in Venice, CA Fundraising Unlocked starts at 6:30 PM on July 24th at Moss in Venice. Here's the Schedule: 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM: Interactive Fundraising Session For the first 90 minutes, engage in a highly interactive session where I'll be working directly with founders in the audience. You'll learn the essential strategies and tactics for successful fundraising, with real-time feedback and hands-on exercises designed to boost your confidence and effectiveness. 8:00 PM - 9:30 PM: Networking & Community Building The final 90 minutes will be dedicated to an interactive networking session, accompanied by delicious food and drinks. This segment, inspired by Tim Ferris's popular networking methods and our own Dawn Patrol events, will help you connect with the best founders and investors in LA. You'll have the chance to build valuable relationships, share insights, and maybe even find your next big opportunity. Why You Should Attend: Expert Guidance: Gain insights from a seasoned VC and successful founder with firsthand experience in raising capital. Proven Success: Learn the strategies that have raised over $311M for startups globally. Exclusive Networking: Meet and connect with top-tier founders and investors in a relaxed, engaging environment. Actionable Insights: Walk away with practical, actionable advice that you can apply to your fundraising efforts immediately. Don't miss this opportunity to unlock your fundraising potential and take your startup to the next level. Secure your spot today and join us for an evening of learning, networking, and growth. Tickets are limited, so act fast! As of July 5th, we only have 36 seats left. By your ticket today! I can't wait to see you there and help you unlock your fundraising success. Be chased, Jason Fundraising Support Learn more about Adamant and how we support founder fundraising - admnt.com Learn about our Investor Outreach/Research Service Sign up for our Pitch Deck Design Service Are you planning to fundraise? Join Adamant Fundraising, - the fundraising accelerator program that's helped founders raise over $311M 💰 about venue: moss is a conscious co-working, wellness and event space in the heart of Venice. Our intention is to  grow authentic community based on our values of curiosity, creativity and compassion. the wabi sabi design is intentional in every corner. may all visitors and members feel better leaving than when they enter. by application only: https://pn866jhv6w4.typeform.com/to/AVxRbkaN?typeform-source=www.mossvenice.com then, book a tour: ✨https://calendly.com/moss_venice/moss-tour

At Skylight: Santiago Jose Sanchez presents HOMBRECITO w/ Belinda Huijuan Tang

July 26th, 2024
2:00 AM - 4:00 AM
1818 N Vermont AvenueLos Angeles, CA 90027United States, CA

Join us for a novel by a brilliant new voice, Hombrecito is a queer coming-of-age story about a young immigrant’s complex relationships with his mother and his motherland In this groundbreaking novel, Santiago Jose Sanchez plunges us into the heart of one boy’s life. His mother takes him and his brother from Colombia to America, leaving their absent father behind but essentially disappearing herself once they get to Miami. In America, his mother works as a waitress when she was once a doctor. The boy embraces his queer identity as wholeheartedly as he embraces his new home, but not without a sense of loss. As he grows, his relationship with his mother becomes fraught, tangled, a love so intense that it borders on vivid pain but is also the axis around which his every decision revolves. She may have once forgotten him, disappeared, but she is always on his mind. He moves to New York, ducking in and out of bed with different men as he seeks out something, someone, to make him whole again. When his mother invites him to visit family in Colombia with her, he returns to the country as a young man, trying to find peace with his father, with his homeland, with who he’s become since he left, and with who his mother is: finally we come to know her and her secrets, her complex ambivalence and fierce love. Hombrecito—“little man”—is a moving portrait of a young person between cultures, between different ideas of himself. From an extraordinary new talent, this is a story told with startling beauty and intensity, a story for anyone searching for home, searching for a way to love. Santiago Jose Sanchez (they/them), a Grinnell College assistant professor of English and a graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, is a queer Colombian American writer. Santiago’s writing has appeared in McSweeney’s, ZYZZYVA, Subtropics, and Joyland and been distinguished in Best American Short Stories. They are the recipient of a Truman Capote Fellowship from the University of Iowa and an Emerging LGBTQ Voices Fellowship from Lambda Literary. Belinda Huijuan Tang is the author of A Map for the Missing, long-listed for the Center for Fiction First Novel Prize and one of NPR's best books of 2022. She is a graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, where she was a Truman Capote Fellow and recipient of the Michener-Copernicus Fellowship. She holds a BA from Stanford University and lived in China from 2016 to 2018 where she received an MA from Peking University in Beijing. She currently lives in Los Angeles.