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Let’s look at your plan of attack. Do you have one? Expanding your idea into a road map is the key to a successful business journey ahead. Do you have a business plan? Do you know the legal steps that are necessary to establish a legal business? If you don’t know the answers to these questions don’t worry! Rusty Greiff and Lisa Friedlander will lead a discussion on how to create a plan and strategy for your business, and protect yourself, your idea, business, and partnerships. 

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This is an on-going series. You only need to register once for all 8-weeks.

SPEAKERS: Lisa Friedlander and Rusty Greiff 

Lisa Friedlander, Business Development Manager, Next                                                                               

Lisa Friedlander headshotExperienced Founder and corporate attorney with a demonstrated history of working with startup and emerging growth companies. Skilled in Business Development, Sales, Marketing, Social Media, Fundraising and Public Speaking. Strong business development professional graduated from University of Pennsylvania and American University, Washington College of Law. NEXT disrupts the legacy legal industry by offering a broad range of fixed fee legal solutions delivered by senior attorneys with valuable business expertise over a robust technology platform. 

Rusty Greiff, EdTech Investor and Entrepreneur

Rusty GrieffRusty Greiff is a senior education executive, strategic advisor, entrepreneur, and impact investor with over 20-years of leadership experience. Rusty has co-founded two successful Silicon Valley edtech startups, Grockit and Learnist, and headed global business for MD-based unicorn 2U, Inc. (TWOU). Rusty has launched online businesses with global universities including Harvard, Stanford, Yale, and Oxford and launched and served as Managing Director for 1776 Impact Fund. Rusty is a Senior Advisor and Board Member for national venture funds, startups, and non-profit organizations. He lives in DC with his wife Elizabeth and their three sons, two cats, one basset hound and four goldfish.

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