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Summer in the Sand Returns With Four Power-Packed Sessions

Posted on May 24, 2021

The Summer's here, things are looking up, and it's the perfect time for you to take your startup to the next level! 

Summer in the Sand offers opportunities for entrepreneurs to network with each other and learn from some of the best in the industry. Join us for four power-packed sessions covering a wide range of topics, all tailored to address the needs of your early-stage startup. All sessions will run from 3:30 - 5:00 p.m. virtually via Zoom. You can register to attend each session here


June 15 | How to REALLY Pitch to the Sandbox + Eval Team Q&A 

Hear directly from the Sandbox evaluation team about the Sandbox process and what it really takes to make the most effective pitch to the Sandbox. 

July 13 | From Concept to Reality: Scoping and Building Technical Products 

Non-technical founders, this one's for you! Register to hear from developers and technical experts about clearly defining your product scope and working with vendors to build your products and bring your concepts to life.

August 31 | Show Me The Money! How to Raise Early-Stage Capital in KC

Meet key players in Kansas City's early-stage capital market. Learn what investors look for, the funding sources available to you, and how to position yourself for the best possible chance of a “yes.”

September 14 | Startup Essentials: Early-Stage Sales Strategies for Tech Products

Regardless of your industry, developing a strong sales strategy early on will maximize your company's growth potential. Join to learn how you can build a winning sales strategy and gain your first set of customers, featuring RFP360 COO David Hulsen and more! 


For questions please email Chris Rehkamp, info@digitalsandboxkc.com

About Digital Sandbox KC:

Digital Sandbox KC provides project development grants to support early-stage startups in the Kansas City area. To date, over 140 startups have received funding from Digital Sandbox KC - that’s more than $2 million in project funding.