Colin Seale to Inspire New Entrepreneurs with Practical Sales Strategies for Education Startups at #TFAEU2018

thinkLaw’s Founder | CEO, Colin Seale, is excited to have two opportunities to share his expertise on what it takes to build a successful company during Teach For America’s Entrepreneurs United 2018 Conference.

The Entrepreneurs United Conference gives entrepreneurs the chance to cultivate connections, develop and build skills through interactive workshops where they hear from seasoned entrepreneurs & education leaders about their successes and failures. This is tremendously important because this accelerates an entrepreneur’s learning and can reduce the time between idea creation and meaningful impact.

Colin is excited for his session, Practical Sales Strategies for Education Startups, where he will share the 3 powerful strategies he used to launch thinkLaw, an organization that ended its debut year in 2015-16 in 14 Las Vegas schools and is starting the 2018-19 school year in 14 states. During his presentation in Phoenix, on Friday, July 27th at 9:30am- 11:00am, new entrepreneurs will discover how to transform their visions into realities in a teacher and student-centric way vs. building a solution in search of a problem.

He is also thrilled to be a part of the Entrepreneurs United Conference’s Rapid Fire Debate about common issues in entrepreneurship. Colin will share the panel stage with Clever founder Dan Caroll, whose edtech company is currently used by more than 50% of schools in the US and Jenny Poon, the founder of CO+HOOTS, the #1 most innovative coworking space in the world (and Phoenix Business Journal’s 2016 Businessperson of the Year). This panel of amazing founders will give their honest thoughts on some of the questions and decisions entrepreneurs struggle to make.

To learn more about the conference, click here.

We look forward to seeing you at Entrepreneurs United!

To learn how your school or organization can adopt thinkLaw’s standards-aligned program that helps educators teach critical thinking to all students, please click here to schedule a time to speak with someone on the thinkLaw team or call us now at (702) 318-7512.

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