A panel of venture capitalists and angel investors listen to a pitch from a local startup business at the first-ever Kirkland Investor Sharks event on Saturday. The event was put on by a partnership between the Kirkland Chamber of Commerce and Kirkland Performance Center, where it was held. Investor Sharks was built on the foundation of Kirkland Startup Weekend. Courtesy of www.jillabberton.com

Chamber of commerce, performance center hold Investor Sharks event

  • Wednesday, November 8, 2017 10:38am
  • Business

A panel of venture capitalists and angel investors listen to a pitch from a local startup business at thefirst-ever Kirkland Investor Sharks event on Saturday. The event was put on by a partnership betweenthe Kirkland Chamber of Commerce and Kirkland Performance Center, where it was held. InvestorSharks was built on the foundation of Kirkland Startup Weekend.

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