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Thank you so much for your registration. Please show your ticket at the door for entry. Please keep in mind that this quarterly event is prepared for black professionals. Anyone is welcome and we appreciate you joining us on March 29th! Thanks very much!
Stephen Green, Venture Capitalist is going to share his personal experience in business and life. Get your ticket before they sell out!

About this Event

Our last mixer was packed at Mingle Lounge! 65 Limited number of tickets has been met.

We are adding 35 more spots to those who really see the value in this.

Instead of charging, we ask that you give us a donation of any amount to help us cover the costs to put this on.

Att: All are welcomed but this quarterly event targets black executives and those in middle or senior positions, business owners and entrepreneurial driven individuals in Portland metro and Washington county area.

At Simple X, we breathe one currency at our mixers: Lead generation.

What we do: Stimulating important conversations from business to technology and ethics to philosophy.

Our audience are individuals who are interested in lead generation for their businesses, professional connections and learning from our guest speakers.

We are delighted to welcome our guest speaker: Stephen Green, Venture Capitalist. Stephen is going to share his life journey and his entrepreneurial experience.

Mingle Lounge owner Rolando will also share his experience attempting to get a business loan as a black entrepreneur in Portland, Oregon. Rolando now owns both Migle Lounge and Steakadelphia.

About the speaker: Stephen Green.

A recovering banker and venture capitalist. Stephen Green was born to live in Portland, as he came into this world an hour after the Portland Trailblazers won their first and only NBA championship. He has worked tirelessly to support, connect and grow under-represented founders on the west coast for almost two decades.

Stephen spends his time helping area startups with access to capital. He serves on a number of boards including the Oregon Growth Board, Black Investment Corporation for Economic Progress (BICEP), Built Oregon, Oregon Public House (cause using a brewery for good is so Portland) and the Governor’s Small Business Advisory Cabinet.

Spreadsheets are his super power and sneakers are his kryptonite.

For more information or general contact, email us at: SimpleXseries@gmail.com

Our partners and sponsors are interested in providing these quarterly events for free. Serious individuals only. See you at Mingle Lounge on the 29th!