How to Get Accepted to Y-Combinator | Jeffrey Garoon, COO of FlowCommand
Register here! https://bit.ly/2YRaTuC
Getting into Y-Combinator is hard. It doesn’t just require you to have a potentially billion-dollar business, you also need to know:
- How to describe it well
- What’s important to talk about, and
- How to frame your imaging for the YC audience
In this workshop, we will work through a few successful example applications — including Jeff’s! — to discuss what made them successful. Following this, we will have a Q&A session to answer questions that you may have about your own applications or about application framing to help you prepare for the October 2nd deadline.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Any companies that have not raised a Series-A round and are interested in applying to accelerators
SPEAKER: JEFFREY GAROON
Jeff Garoon (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeffgaroon/) is a Y-Combinator alumni (W16) and currently serves as COO of FlowCommand. At FlowCommand, he is responsible for all hardware design, firmware development, and operations.
Jeff spent his early career a Production Engineer and Lead Completion Engineer at Oxy USA. He has been on Y-Combinator’s alumni application review committee for the last 3 cohorts, has raised three rounds of financing, and manages a staff of 14 engineers. Jeff is also a member of IncubateUSC, where he has assisted in writing undergraduate coursework on accelerators and incubators.
* Please note, lunch will be provided! *