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Craig Ustler, MAI, CCIM is the Owner and President of Ustler Development, Inc., a real estate development company, and Vice President of Ustler Properties, Inc., a commercial real estate brokerage company. Ustler is President and a principal of Creative Village Orlando, LLC.
This workshop will teach you how to seek funds to grow your new venture. We will focus on identifying the right source of capital and developing the appropriate fundraising strategy and process. We will discuss the legal aspects of fundraising, valuation, and effective negotiation strategies. By following the practices learned in this workshop, you will better navigate the fundraising process.
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Tim Howe and Ryan Price briefly discuss the idea of holding multiple user group meetings in the same building at the same time, much like a mini-barcamp.
Happy Hour is Feb 20th, 6pm at Urban ReThink
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As part of United Arts' month-long culture event ArtsFest, the 3rd Annual Orlando Improv Festival will take place February 6 + 7, 2012 at Urban ReThink in Thornton Park near downtown Orlando. Performances take place on the hour 6pm - 11pm both nights.
Produced by Mark Baratelli, the event features:
Tuesday, January 31st, from 6pm to 9pm, come out to Urban ReThink for the release of Burrow Press' latest book 15 Views of Orlando:
From the neon strip of Little Vietnam to a desolate Albertsons parking lot, 15 Views of Orlando takes the reader on a secret tour of the City Beautiful. Told by 15 authors in a series of loosely linked fiction, the story is a (successful) experiment in setting, theme and community.
All the proceeds from books sales will benefit Page 15, a local children’s literacy nonprofit that provides free tutoring and creative writing programs to Orlando public school students.
Our favorite sock puppets Kiki and Bubu have some feelings, so they sign up for an online dating site. When the People of China want to become their friend, they are excited. However, sending the People of China a video of themselves proves to be difficult: Their content gets flagged as inappropriate and taken down from YouTube. On the long quest for knowledge which follows, Kiki and Bubu learn all about Internet censorship. And love.
Join us for the Florida premiere of Kiki and Bubu's longest (50 minutes!) and most epic adventure! monochrom's Johannes Grenzfurthner will present the film and share some behind-the-scenes knowledge. Yada, yada!
Show and Tell, for adults! Show us a project you've been working on, your favorite book, your wallet, your new haircut, an abstract idea you think we should all know about, a love letter, a scarf, a new gadget, or tell a great story from another creative community. Let us get inside the story, or see behind the process, introduce us to something new and amazing.
This will be our seventh Show and Tell - we have had some really amazing presenters in the first few months, and I am optimistic about the possibilities for this event in the future. Last month was hosted by Mark Baratelli of TheDailyCIty.com, and it was an awesome time.
Show and Tell was proud to be featured in the Orlando Sentinel's Calendar last month: