We Learned KEY TIPS AND STEPS every inventor should know about Funding and Developing their invention. Hear David Russick share how he developed TWO big entrepreneurial invention startups and discuss the problems he had to overcome to drive success.  ALSO, in his current role as an ANGEL INVESTOR, David will discuss WHAT investors need to know to evaluate inventions/startups for funding.  
•            The TOP 5-7 things David Learned from Developing/Starting TUBS and BAGSTER
•            WHAT Milestones/Check Points you Need to Consider in Developing ANY Product Idea 
•            HOW to Increase Your Success in DEVELOPING Your Idea:  From traditional development buckets such as Prototyping / Design / Manufacturing / Sales; and New Frameworks/Processes/Sequencing Steps/Ideas
•            How David Found Funding for TUBS and BAGSTER
•            WHAT Investors Need to Know to Consider Your Invention/Startup
•            HOW to Reach out to Investors
David Russick was founder and President of TUBS Mini-Dumpster waste and recycling business in the Twin Cities.
He also was a co-founder, President and Board Member of Bagster, LLC. a nationwide waste services company.
that was successfully acquired by a Fortune 500 company.
In addition, David serves on the Board of Advisors for the Dakota Venture Group.  He also serves on the Business Advisory Group for the University of Minnesota’s Office for Technology Commercialization.
David has been featured in the “Star Tribune,” “Twin Cities Business,” and the “Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal.” “Twin Cities Business” named him a “2014 People to Know – Finance.”  In 2010, Bagster was named by “Ad Age” as one of the 10 Hottest Brands in the U.S.  TUBS, Inc. was selected by City Business in 1998 as a “50 Fastest Growing Private Company.”  David Russick is a patent holder and a graduate of the University of South Dakota. He earned a Master of International Management degree from the Thunderbird School of Global Management with studies at Oxford University, Oxford England.
You are invited to the November meeting of Inventors Network on Wednesday, November 18th at 6:00 pm.
This will be a traditional Zoom meeting. email here to get the link
Following the regular speaker session, we will again have a round table open discussion (730-815 PM) with subject matter experts to assist members as needed.   This second segment of the meeting will be a continuation of the same zoom session so there is no need to sign into a different link.