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Annapolis Entrepreneurs and Inventors Program!
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This Annapolis Economic Development program was created to provide entrepreneurs and inventors a place to learn how to pitch their plans, learn from business start-up experts, while receiving peer support.

When: Thursday, January 16, 2014
from 6:30pm - 9:00pm
Where: Loews Annapolis Hotel
126 West Street
Annapolis, Maryland  21401
United States
Contact: Annapolis EDC

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We're pleased to feature Annapolis Economic Development's Annapolis Entrepreneurs and Inventors Program!

Ready for a new year of Annapolis Entrepreners and Inventors (AEI) programs?  The January AEDC Annapolis Entrepreneurs and Inventors Program will feature the dynamic co-founders of Lice Happens. M.J. Eckert and Nancy Fields who took a common problem and turned it into a successful business.  They are now planning to franchise their concept nationwide.  Hear how their business, which was featured on and the Washington Post, started and grew in Annapolis!   
Following this exciting presentation, Justin Shelby of Artichoke, and Angel Rich of Wealthy Life will pitch their business plans!  This is sure to be another fast paced interactive program!
You are not going to want to miss this the January AEI!  In addition to our incredible speakers and presenting companies, the AnnapolisEDC will be making a very special announcement about the March program.  You will definitely want to be the first to know!  Register today!
Thursday, January 16, 2014
6:30PM- 9:00PM
Loews Annapolis Hotel
Windmill Point Room (Powerhouse Building - 3rd floor)
126 West Street
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Fee:  $20
Students: $10
Gold Sponsors:  Lombardo and Wagner, Sandy Spring Bank, Severn Savings Bank, and Prass, LLP.
With support from:  Annapolis Soup, Anne Arundel Small Business Development Center, Anne Arundel Community College Business Management and Entrepreneurial Studies, Chesapeake Regional Tech Council, Launch! Annapolis, Maryland Small Business Development Center, and SCORE.
The Annapolis Economic Development Corporation (AEDC) hosts the Annapolis Entrepreneurs and Inventors group as an educational opportunity for businesses.  The AEDC does not endorse any company for investment.  Anyone considering investing in a presenting company does so at their own risk and is encouraged to review the company further.  

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