Startup to Scale-Up: Finding Your Roadmap

Nov 17th, 2021 @2:00 pm
What does it take to raise a company from start-up to scale-up? Start-ups need a strategic roadmap to achieve scale-up success including which growth markets to target first. Growth strategy may depend as much on market maturity, regulatory regimes, and the presence or absence of competitors as on geographic proximity, common language, or cultures. So where do you start and what does success look like?


Michael Dermer

Author & Founder The Lonely Entrepreneur
Michael Dermer is an entrepreneur, lawyer, speaker, coach, founder and author of The Lonely Entrepreneur – a one stop shop that understand the entrepreneur’s struggle and provides solutions to the business and personal issues we all face as entrepreneurs. Michael founded and sold the first company to reward people for being healthy and is considered a pioneer of the health rewards industry. Michael’s book is based on his experience of watching the company he built from the ground up almost get destroyed overnight by the financial crisis of 2008. Today, Michael’s mission is to help unlock the potential of entrepreneurs worldwide by turning their passion into success through The Lonely Entrepreneur Learning Community.

Renee Neimi

Renee Niemi is a Venture Partner at Mighty Capital and the Chief Product Officer at Products That Count. Renee has spent most of her career creating high-impact products and businesses that make a difference in consumers' lives. She has also held a number of product and executive leadership roles at Logitech, Google, and Plantronics. Renee is the Chairman of the Board for Scientific Adventure for Girls.

Startup to Scale-Up: Finding Your Roadmap

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