When he announced his plans for the year-long tour, Singh said he planned “to visit places that start-ups actually start (and grow) their businesses. At each stop, I’ve created a week-long series of events for entrepreneurs and investors.”
We are fortunate that Knoxville is one of about three dozen communities that Singh selected, and a key part of the visit will be the opportunity for local entrepreneurs to have one-on-one consultations with the nationally-recognized serial entrepreneur and seed stage investor.
Like most things of value, however, you have to apply and be evaluated before you will know if you are selected. So, if you want to have one of those private discussions. you should go ahead and apply. You can do so by clicking here for more information and a second link.
Singh has a served in a variety of positions and roles. He was a Managing Director at 1776 and a General Partner in 1776’s seed fund; Founder of Disruption Corporation that was acquired by 1776, General Partner of Disruption’s post-seed venture capital arm, Crystal Tech Fund; Partner at 500 Startups; and an entrepreneur with several start-ups including two successful exits and several failures. His resume also includes service at AOL, CarMax, PBworks and Symantec.