About The Talk
On June 16th we’re speaking with Thomas Rush, Founder of Boostrapp, a fintech startup that simplifies non-dilutive growth capital for emerging companies, and he also serves as Head of Platform for the ConsenSys Labs.
Recently given news and critiques of the venture capital industry, as well as certain businesses not being able to receive venture capital, many entrepreneurs have been looking at other options to finance their startups.
At 10 am we’ll discuss different financing methods founders should consider — the types, benefits, and more.
Founder of Bootstrapp
Thomas Rush has worked for 12 years to democratize access to the economic levers that create prosperity for individuals and organizations. He is the Founder of Bootstrapp, a fintech startup based in New York City which simplifies non-dilutive growth capital for emerging companies, and he also serves as Head of Platform for the ConsenSys Labs investment team which invests in early-stage web3 startups. He has previously served on the innovation and global business development teams at IPG Mediabrands, and contributed to several key economic development initiatives in the greater New Orleans region. In 2010, he co-founded Propeller, an impact-driven coworking space + business incubator in New Orleans, and has since founded and advised numerous early-stage startups. Thomas is an alumnus of the World Economic Forum Global Shapers, holds a BS in Applied Economics, and in his spare time he designs impractical three-dimensional art.
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