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Help yourself. Get your stuff together before thinking about setting up a meeting.

Help yourself. Get your stuff together before thinking about setting up a meeting.

Don't just datadump stuff into our offices secure folders for us to make sense of. At very least package the stuff a little bit. We're on the horn constantly with capitalists. Joe's generously volunteered yet even more resources, allocating contact center agents to do the client relations, social engineering— establishing new neural branches into the ever evolving greater organism that is the collective fundraising brain of the Bay Area. 

So we have hold private conference calls with select capitalists in the Bay that are friendly with each other that we feel would want to participate in an investment together on a daily basis. This is where we need our incubatees and investees to help us out: We need you to provide the investor marketing collaterals that would help draw these folks in and get them interested at the outset—like a bombshell beauty walking into a room. 

Startups, Venture Capital, and Traditional Outsourcing Industries

Startups, Venture Capital, and Traditional Outsourcing Industries

Last month, Joe title-sponsored the quarterly general assembly meeting for HIMAP—the Healthcare Information Management Association of the Philippines, a subsidiary of IBPAP (the IT and Business Process Association of the Philippines). 

His mission for sponsoring the event wasn't to advertise any of the capabilities of his own BPO and contact center companies. Instead, he was there to let these "older folks"—more traditional, enterprise type of professionals—know that at any moment a startup could boot up and eat their lunch.