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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 The deadline to apply is Aug. 29.

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


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