Last night’s Happy Hour networking event at Oklahoma City’s VentureSpur business accelerator gave four up-and-coming startups the opportunity to introduce themselves to the tech and investor communities.
And it also provided an opportunity for i2E’s Kenneth Knoll to talk to a fairly young group of programmers, entrepreneurs and technology enthusiasts about i2E’s business advisory and access-to-capital services.
Kenneth (at right in photo above) briefly spoke to the group of about 35 people in the i2E-sponsored event before four entrepreneurs who are part of first VentureSpur 12-week accelerator program made short presentations.
The rest of the night was all networking, with Kenneth, along with i2E’s Michael Kindrat-Pratt, Grady Epperly, Jay Sheldon and me making some new friends and becoming reacquainted with several familiar faces.
Oklahoma’s City’s startup community is full of life and potential, and we saw some of that at last night’s Happy Hour.