Oregon RAIN wants everyone to feel welcomed and comfortable at our events!
Please contact us if there are any accommodations that we can make for you that will encourage your participation and we will do our best to meet your needs. Depending on the event type, accommodations may include things such as: reserving front row seating, an advance copy of slides to be projected, wheelchair access, language translation, childcare needs, etc…
Last Founders Standing – Sweet Home
June 12, 2019 | 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Bring a friend or coworker, and join us for a night of games, fun, and learning!
Last Founders Standing is fun, fast-paced gamification of the entrepreneurial journey. Open for all members of the community to attend and learn. You don’t have to be business savvy to play this game or have fun!
In approximately 1 hour, players will form teams of 2-4 and are provided with a fictional startup idea. The game facilitator will guide the teams through 10 challenges and decisions that real entrepreneurs face. Each phase teaches an important startup concept and allows teams to earn points. The team with the most points wins, and gets prizes from the winner’s box! Losing teams, well, they get prizes from the loser’s box!
This event is open to the public. Bring your curiosity and your ideas! Food and beverages will be provided along with prizes for all competing teams!
Please RSVP on Eventbrite! https://lfssweethome.eventbrite.com
This event will be held at the LBCC Sweet Home Center, in Room 101. Special thanks to the Sweet Home Chamber of Commerce for helping organize this event, and to the Linn Benton Community College for letting us use their space!
Are you interested in sponsoring or participating in this event as more than an attendee? Please contact Oregon RAIN Venture Catalyst, Corey Wright at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event is made possible by funding from the recipients of a Rural Opportunities Initiative grant by Business Oregon, the cities of Lebanon, Monroe, Sweet Home, Harrisburg, Halsey, Philomath, Brownsville, and Adair Village, Linn and Benton Counties, and The Ford Family Foundation.