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The Cackle: Episode #33

Growing Midwest Entrepreneurship

SPECIAL GUEST: Tim Schigel, Managing Partner at Refinery Ventures
AIRED ON: Wednesday, October 14th on Facebook Live at 10:30 am EST

 

In Episode #33 of The Cackle, Tim Schigel of Refinery Ventures shared his vision for growing Midwest entrepreneurship. Tim is a serial entrepreneur and investor with roots in the Midwest, experience in Silicon Valley, and connections around the world. He created ShareThis, a social media pioneer that nearly a billion people use to share online content every month. Tim also launched and managed Cintrifuse, one of the best performing fund of funds in the country. In this next episode, we’ll discuss the differences and strengths that will drive the growth of entrepreneurship in the Midwest. You can view the conversation during EntryPoint’s weekly interview series, a 30-minute conversation on Growing Midwest Entrepreneurship with EntryPoint founder, Emily Heintz.


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