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Kansas City: October 9th & 10th
Miami: November 6th & 7th


targeted, curated Education

We’ve worked with partners, founders, entrepreneurs, and community leaders to create 30 minute informative sessions on industry-specific topics that are relatable to entrepreneurs, small to medium size businesses, emerging growth companies, and investors of all shapes and sizes.

These sessions are delivered by experts from some of the below industries:

  • Accounting
  • Banking
  • Human Resources
  • Finance
  • Real Estate
  • Technology
  • Legal
  • Public Relations

FUND EDU presentations will be open dialogue, interactive, and are usually presented to aid in learning. These are designed to be fun and engaging for all included.

Some examples from past conferences are included below:

  • Bronswick Benjamin, a leading accounting firm, discussed how early-stage companies can focus on financial visibility to unlock their ability to grow.
  • The head of Oracle for Startups program examined how important it is to align yourself with investors who not only understand your business model, but align with your company’s values for a healthy long-term relationship.
  • Company presents information on hiring, terminating, payroll, benefits, etc. of an SMB’s first employees.
  • Polsinelli, a leading AmLaw 100 Law Firm, has hosted an interactive “Ask a Lawyer” session discussing things an emerging company should know.
    Technology service providers have presented solutions that an SMB can implement effectively to save costs, improve productivity, and lower overhead.


We’ve been lucky enough to source some of the best speakers in the country at past FUND conferences. We’ve had CEOs, enormously successful founders, and industry leaders, but we saw an opportunity to leverage some of these same thought leaders to come and share thoughtful and constructive insights to help everyone at FUND get better.

We’re excited to improve with you.

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