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Scott Heiferman
Co-founder & CEO of Meetup
Wednesday, July 19th at 2:00PM ET

Scott Heiferman is the co-founder and CEO of Meetup, which uses the web to help people meet in real life and today has more than 30 million members in 182 countries. Heiferman started Meetup in 2002, after seeing the potential for community renewal around the terrorism of 9/11. Today Meetup, which is headquartered in New York, has more than 180 employees and raised more than $18 million in venture funding.

During this live, interactive chat, you will learn:

  • How Meetup’s early premise caught fire with investors and users
  • How it keeps growing, after 15 years
  • Why the company launched its service for free
  • Plus a lot more

You'll also have the opportunity to ask your own questions on the chat webpage or via social media. Just follow @IncLiveEvents, and tweet with #IncLiveChat to join the conversation.

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Dave Gilboa
Co-founder of Warby Parker

Dave Gilboa is the co-founder and co-CEO of Warby Parker, the disruptive low-cost eyewear online retailer now valued at more than $1 billion. Before Warby Parker, Gilboa worked at merchant bank Allen & Company and consultancy Bain & Company. He has an undergraduate degree from the University of California at Berkeley, and an MBA from Wharton--where he met his Warby Parker co-founder and co-CEO Neil Blumenthal.

During this live, interactive chat, you will learn:

  • How Warby Parker identified a big unaddressed problem that needed a business to solve it
  • The mistake that, seven years ago, landed Warby Parker a 20,000-person waitlist overnight
  • How Warby Parker scaled to millions of glasses sold, and more than 1,000 employees
  • Why what started as an online business has been opening brick-and-mortar locations
  • Plus a lot more

You'll also have the opportunity to ask your own questions on the chat webpage or via social media. Just follow @IncLiveEvents, and tweet with #IncLiveChat to join the conversation.

Ankur Jain
Co-founder & CEO of Humin

Ankur Jain is the co-founder and CEO of Humin, a mobile app that helps people meet up in real life, which he sold to Tinder in March 2016. A graduate of Wharton, he is also the founder of the Kairos Society, an organization of young entrepreneurs taking on major world challenges.

During this live, interactive chat, you will learn:

  • How to identify a worthy problem and launch a business that solves it
  • The most common mistakes made by ambitious founders--and how to avoid them
  • How to be taken seriously as a young or new entrepreneur
  • And more

Hayley Barna
Co-founder of Birchbox

Hayley Barna is a Venture Partner at First Round Capital and co-founder of Birchbox, where she served as co-CEO for 5 years. During her tenure at Birchbox, she raised over $70M in venture capital and grew the business to over a million monthly subscribers. She received her MBA from Harvard Business School.

During this live, interactive chat, you will learn:

  • Battle-tested advice for anyone looking to start and grow a business
  • The best and worst ways to pitch investors and get funding
  • The most important business trends for 2017 and beyond
  • And more

Rebecca and Uri Minkoff
Co-founders of Rebecca Minkoff

Watch Inc.'s exclusive interview with Rebecca and Uri Minkoff, the sibling co-founders of the eponymous Rebecca Minkoff fashion line. Currently the largest global fashion label led by a female millennial designer, their products can be found in more than 900 wholesale stores and seven retail locations worldwide.

During this chat, you will learn:

  • The right way to use social media while starting up, and how to cultivate a following on various platforms
  • How you can successfully appeal to Millennials and expand your audience globally
  • How to grow your business by embracing emerging technologies, including virtual reality and drones

Barbara Corcoran
Shark Tank

Watch Inc.’s exclusive live video chat with Barbara Corcoran. Long before she was a star investor on ABC's "Shark Tank," Barbara Corcoran borrowed $1,000, quit her job as a waitress, and started what would over 25 years become a huge real estate business. As a Shark Tank investor, she has invested in and advised more than 25 entrepreneurs--but the truth is she loves when they ignore her.

Discover:

  • How Barbara Corcoran turned $1,000 into a $5 billion real estate business
  • What she looks for when she invests in entrepreneurs on 'Shark Tank'
  • How she identifies opportunity, and talent
  • Why she hopes you ignore what she says too!

Luke Sherwin
Casper

Watch Inc.’s exclusive video chat with Luke Sherwin, co-founder and chief creative officer of Casper, the online mattress seller that became a $100 million dollar company in less than two years. Before Casper, Sherwin worked in brand strategy and development in London and New York. While in college, he founded Brown's largest student-run business.

You will learn:

  • How Casper woke up a sleepy industry
  • What it takes to design and field-test "the perfect mattress for everyone"
  • The secrets to effective collaboration with multiple co-founders, and more