Entrepreneurs have more fun. Come and be part of the celebration!

Entrepreneurship takes many forms, but requires taking a leap of faith, being flexible, accepting failure and certainly being tenacious. It is also means having fun. Whereas the rest of the week was about learning, this Gala is about immersing yourself in Durham’s entrepreneurial community in a party atmosphere and making new connections.

As a speaker, we have Nick Boothman, author of ‘Be Brave, Take Risks’. Nick is a ‘been there done that’ entrepreneur, who has been successful in a number of ventures and his insights on risk taking are invaluable.  Also on the agenda are pitches from the finalists and winners of  ‘Find It In Durham’ scavenger hunt, the ‘Money Chase’ and the Start-up case. Then the evening will roll right into an announcement for all entrepreneurs involving big $$$$, followed by a networking party with refreshments and beverages. Now that’s celebrating entrepreneurship in style!

You don’t want to miss this, so register now! Its free.

Eventbrite - Do it in Durham Wrap-up Gala

Date: Thursday, November 21
Location: Robert McLaughlin Gallery
Time: 6:00pm – 9:30pm
Cost: FREE

Thank you to RBC. Your sponsorship support made this event possible.

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More about our Keynote Speaker, Nick Boothman:

Nick Boothman has been called “one of the leading experts in face-to-face communication in the world” by The New York Times.

He has taught his revolutionary technique of “Risk and Rapport by Design” to thousands of corporations, colleges and universities around the world including the Queens, Harvard, and London Business schools.

His first two books, How to Make People Like You in 90 Seconds or Less and How to Connect in Business in 90 Seconds or Less have been translated into more than 30 languages.

A former fashion and advertising photographer who dealt with hundreds of new faces a week for clients like AT&T, Revlon and Coca-Cola, he is now recognized as a world-renowned expert in turning first impressions into profitable relationships.

The New York Times calls him “the new Dale Carnegie,” the Economist Magazine calls him “truly inspirational,” and Good Morning America says, “His book is my bible!”


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