Alan Hall at UVEF on Thursday, September 14th

I received this email from the UVEF mailing list. I love the Utah Valley Entrepreneurial Forum. I\’ve been attending its lunches for 8 or 10 years. I\’ve also heard Alan Hall speak, and he is the most active and inspiring promoter of the entrepreneur->philanthropist cycle that I have ever met. Please don\’t miss the chance to hear him in person.

We\’re sorry for the short notice on RSVP\’s for the luncheon this month, but if you are planning on coming, please let us know by tomorrow, Sept 13th by 1:00 at the latest to ensure that we can make a place for you. Thank you for all you do to support UVEF and entrepreneurship in general!

Growing Utah\’s Businesses
presented by
Alan Hall,
Founder & Chairman of Grow Utah Ventures

11:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Thursday, September 14, 2006

Novell campus, cafeteria. Follow the UVEF signs

Alan E. Hall is the Founder and Chairman of Grow Utah Ventures. Hall also founded MarketStar, a company specializing in getting the innovative products of emerging technology companies into national markets. Although Grow Utah Ventures primarily assists early stage Utah business ventures in obtaining equity financing and in meeting revenue milestones, the company also facilitates all forms of financing, provides meaningful mentoring, and is creating an ever-expanding circle of resources. Close partners in the Grow Utah Ventures include Junto Partners, Top of Utah Angels, and the Olympus Angels.

Alan Hall received a degree in psychology from Weber State University and a Masters of Business Administration from BYU. He is the past President of Netline Inc., a current board member of UTA (Utah Technology Association), and a member of the Wells Fargo Bank Northern Utah Advisory Board. Hall was honored in 1997 by Ernst & Young as Utah\’s Entrepreneur of the Year.

Don\’t miss this exciting opportunity to learn how to grow your business from one of Utah\’s top \’movers and shakers\’ in entrepreneurship!

Call today to reserve your place.
RSVP by Tuesday, September 12 to: danpurdon AT cedo.org
or call 801-226-1521.

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