Did you think the Dingman Center was taking a break this summer? Think again! Although we’re not having weekly Pitch Dingman sessions or monthly Dingman Center Angels investor meetings, there are a number of ways you can stay engaged with us this summer.
1. Attend a FREE startup workshop.
One of the biggest perks of being in the Terp Startup summer incubator program is that students have access to workshops from leading experts. Since not all of the entrepreneurs in our network could join Terp Startup, many of these workshops will be open to the public! Join us for sessions on a wide range of topics including Growing Beyond Product #1, Customer Relationship Management, Sources of Funding and Accounting Needs. A full listing of all open workshops are available on the Terp Startup page on our website.
2. Sign-up to receive The Pitch!
The Pitch is a bi-weekly email digest that will keep you informed on what’s happening in our community. It includes regional events, job postings, updates on our portfolio companies and student startups, as well as recent news from inside the Dingman Center. If you don’t already receive The Pitch, join our mailing list.
The best place to get real-time updates from the Dingman Center is through our Twitter feed. Don’t miss a shout out, behind the scenes picture or #tbt post!
4. Network with us
Our involvement in the regional startup community doesn’t stop just because it’s summer. You can see our staff out at various events in D.C. and Baltimore. This weekend, Managing Director Elana Fine will moderate a panel on MBA Women Entrepreneurs at the 2015 Forté MBA Women’s Leadership Conference. Our Fearless Founders will be out at various tech meetups too. We look forward to seeing you out and about.