AF-Austin: The Entrepreneur Happy Hour with JC Glancy

March 23, 2023 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Freddo ATX

2336 South Congress Avenue, Austin, Texas 78704

Do you ever get the itch to jump ship from the 9-5 and start your own business?

Join us for a fun and engaging happy hour and discussion with JC Glancy, the founder of Zenbusiness! This is a fantastic opportunity to network with like-minded professionals, enjoy some drinks, and learn from one of the best in the business. JC Glancy will be sharing his expertise on how to build a successful and sustainable business while navigating regulation and bureaucracy. Don’t miss out on this exciting event!

We have reserved the entire upstairs portion of Freddo ATX. We have limited tickets for this event so please RSVP through this link and please let us know if you can’t make it for any reason so we can ensure someone else is able to sign up.

Email [email protected] with questions and let’s make it a great event!

About JC Glancy

When I was a kid I lived in Homerville, Ohio. I didn’t have any siblings to play with, all I had was my imagination and four cows. I created everything from new board games to building a drum set out of pots and pans, complete with wooden spoons as drumsticks for full effect. Turns out this time in my life would help shape the rest of my career.

Fast forward thirty years and nothing’s changed except the size and scope of the things I imagine and electricity I bring to every endeavor. My passion is inventing new, more powerful, and profitable solutions to every type of problem I can get my hands on. There is something exhilarating about finding a solution, which undoubtedly stems from all the problems I created playing during childhood.

I’ve been an entrepreneur since I was born. When I was in fourth grade we had a yearly magazine drive at school, whoever sold the most magazines got to be principal for a day. I wanted to win but the problem was that I was competing against four hundred other students. I determined that since a Forbes magazine subscription was the most expensive–selling Forbes would be my sole focus. Who reads Forbes? Wealthy people. So I went to the wealthiest neighborhoods in town and strictly sold there to increase the probability of selling more and winning. Turns out rich people read Forbes and I’m a terrible principal.

I have worn many different hats in my career– founder, fundraiser, pitchman, financial modeler, ideation, business development, salesman, and product marketer to name a few. As a result I can navigate complex challenges, and possess a unique ability to manage incredibly complex projects efficiently.

I’d love to connect with you about tech startups, fundraising, or anything else.