Paul Singh and the Results Junkies will be visiting with New Hampshire entrepreneurs, investors, government leaders, economic development organizations, and established businesses, during a three-day tour of NH at the end of May.
Office Hours – Apply to meet for office hours with Paul and his team. 25 minute slots are available May 29th through the 31st in Portsmouth and Manchester NH. A limited number of slots are available.
Startup Shindig – May 31st. Join hundreds of entrepreneurs and ecosystem supporters at this huge demo day event.
Singh is an entrepreneur, speaker, investor, and Airstreamer. Previously, Singh was a managing director at 1776 and a general partner is 1776’s Seed Fund. Prior to 1776, Singh was the founder of Disruption Corporation (acquired by 1776) and general partner of Disruption’s post-seed venture capital arm, Crystal Tech Fund. Before that, Singh was an early partner at 500 Startups, an accelerator and venture firm headquartered in Silicon Valley that has invested in more than 2,200 companies across 50-plus countries. Singh has founded a few of his own startups (two successful exits and a number of failures in between) and spent some time at AOL, Carmax, PBworks, and Symantec.
With more than 94 cities visited in 2016 – 2018, the Results Junkies team will be visiting New Hampshire May 29th through the 31st. The week tour will get deeply involved in the local business community through a multi-day series of events and office hours. The tour will include free and open to the public office hours, tours of incubators with local innovators, investor dinners, and end with Alpha Loft’s Startup Shindig. Startup Shindig is the annual demo day event for the accelerator program, Accelerate NH.
“This tour isn’t just for companies that want to raise VC money or tech startups trying to be the next ‘Uber for this or Uber for that’ Singh said. “We want brick and mortar businesses, too, and those who are working on their own entrepreneurial dream. It’s important to realize that technology is so interwoven into business such that every startup or entrepreneur needs to understand how to make it work for them.”