If you do not have your own money to fund the entire business, or even just a portion of it, venture capital is a great option to consider.
This event is part of Bunker Brews, a monthly meetup where the Bunker Labs community, including veterans, military spouses, and civilians, comes together to network with subject matter experts, investors, thought leaders, and more in an environment focused on growth and development.
This event is for you if…
1. You’re interested in meeting more like-minded, action-oriented entrepreneurs in a fun, casual setting.
2. You’re interested in getting involved in the local entrepreneur community.
3. You’d like to learn more about companies being created by veterans in our community
Ken Woody – President, Innova Memphis
Ken has managed sales, marketing and operations for multi-billion dollar global businesses, including GE, J&J, and Smith and Nephew Orthopedics. He has experience in the IT, medical device, healthcare services, orthopedic and spine fields. Ken has consulted and coached small entrepreneurial companies to grow and refine their commercial approach. Specialties: Mergers and acquisitions, six sigma quality control, management.
Grady Vanderhoofven – Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Three Roots Capital
Grady is an experienced executive and entrepreneur with a demonstrated history of working in venture capital and private equity, including debt and equity investing along a continuum of capital ranging from start-ups to later-stage companies. He is a strong business development professional, skilled in business planning, investor relations, entrepreneurship, venture capital and corporate governance. Grady has more than 20 years of experience as a founder, investor, adviser and board member, working directly with dozens of companies in predominantly low-income and/or rural areas of the southeastern United States, including central and southern Appalachia.