Can tech startups solve serious urban problems? San Francisco-based Tumml has a mission to empower entrepreneurs to solve difficult urban problems through creative technology. The urban venture’s accelerator is visiting innovators in Tulsa Sept. 24-25, 2014.
Julie Lein, Tumml president & co-founder, will headline the #urbaninnovation OpenMine event for a discussion on urban innovation, positioning your startup for funding success and the Tumml vision for urban revitalization. Join her and local innovators from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 24, at The Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation (1132 S. Lewis Ave). Register here, and get free admission with the discount code, “EARLYBIRD” before September 12.
Discussions in Tulsa at Cultivate918 meetings also inspired us to give Tulsa entrepreneurs an opportunity to speak with Julie 1-on-1. Do you have strategy questions about your startup? Need advice in positioning yourself for funding? Interested in learning more about the Tumml accelerator? Than these strategy sessions are for you. The one-on-one strategy sessions will take place at The Forge’s offices, 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.,Thursday, Sept. 25.
For more information and to reserve a time slot for the strategy sessions, email Jessica Flint with a short description of your company.
A bit shoutout to The Forge for partnering with us on bringing Tumml to Tulsa!
Tumml is an urban ventures accelerator with a mission to empower entrepreneurs to solve urban problems. With a hands-on approach, Tumml provides entrepreneurs with the tools to help scale their impact and enhance quality of life in cities everywhere. Located in San Francisco, CA, Tumml aims to strengthen the urban entrepreneurial community, promote urban revitalization and encourage economic growth worldwide. See Tumml’s recent features in Forbes and San Francisco Business Times.