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Boot Camp for Technology Entrepreneurs starts Sept. 9

The city of Dublin, in partnership with the Alameda County Small Business Development Center and the Tech Futures Group, will hold a 10-week series of startup technology workshops and events, beginning Tuesday, Sept. 9, at Dublin City Hall.

"Startup Dublin: A Boot Camp for Technology Entrepreneurs" will be available to both Dublin and non-Dublin residents.

The seminars will include workshops on the following topics:

• Elements of a Successful Startup Technology Company

• Legal Aspects of Technology Companies

• Financing Technology Companies

• Marketing Your Technology Company & Products

• Meeting Technology Company Investors

• "Pitch" Competition

Startup Dublin will conclude with a "Pitch" competition where participants will pitch their ideas to a panel of judges and investors, and the participant with the best proposal will be awarded a prize.

Entrepreneurs in early stage technology companies or who are intending to start up a technology company in the near future are invited to apply.

Applications are available online now at www.dublin.ca.gov/startupdublin. The deadline to apply is Aug. 29.

For more information, contact Hazel Wetherford at (925) 833-6650.

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