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Venture College presents ‘Survive to Thrive,’ live virtual discussions for startups

The Venture College is partnering with Trailhead to present Survive to Thrive, a series of live virtual discussions to help businesses connect to advisers who can answer questions during these challenging times.

The first Survive to Thrive, “Your startup emergency checklist,” will take place from 10-11:30 a.m. Tuesday, March 24, via Zoom.

The discussion will feature Melanie Rubocki, a managing partner at the Boise office of Perkins Coie, Mark Solon, managing partner at Techstars, and Jim Matheson, a professor of entrepreneurship at Harvard Business School and founding general partner at Flagship Pioneering.

On a related note, the Venture College will host the Side Hustle Series – recorded interviews with entrepreneurs who have built businesses remotely. The first guest will be Boise State alumnus Alex Jangard, founder of the furniture company Heart of Timber.

See the first Side Hustle Series video: