UVEF Crunch Lunch 2013!

crunchlunchCrunch Lunch 2013 Is On!

Presenters spend five minutes each in a rapid-fire presentation of concentrated business advice, tips, and ideas.

A plethora of business topics that move so fast you won’t have time to get bored. And, we conduct a drawing between each presentation for a variety of impressive gifts!

Thursday, September 12
Noon to 1:30 p.m.
Novell Mountain View Room

Eventbrite - UVEF Presents: Crunch Lunch 13

Don’t blink, and bring a pencil. Each presenter has exactly five minutes to present using 20 slides. Slides automatically advance every 15 seconds. This exciting format assures a high concentration of business advice in a single lunchtime.

Presenters are highly informative, educational, and relevant. Presenters are not allowed to pitch themselves (until the final slide), and you’ll walk away with a brainstorm of information. You’re welcomed to stay after the event to mingle and ask questions.

  • Leslie Norris – Your Brand Strategy
  • Scott Peterson – How to Acquire Customers
  • Damon Kirtchmeier – Building Your Financial Projections
  • Matthew Thayne – Legally Protecting Your Intellectual Property
  • Seth Phillips – Organizing Your Sales

Crunch Lunch is an entertaining, fast-paced, informational event that will help you spark your business.

Questions? Contact Cyndy@uvef.net
No cost for this event to current UVEF members. $25 for visitors.

Eventbrite - UVEF Presents: Crunch Lunch 13

We are expecting a large group for this event; please RSVP PDQ.

About UVEF

The Utah Valley Entrepreneurial Forum (UVEF) is a volunteer non-profit support group linking entrepreneurs to Money, Markets and Mentors. Celebrating 25 years of new business success, UVEF empowers current and future business leaders to thrive in today’s competitive market.

We provide real-world, practical education and valuable resources on how to access needed capital, attract new customers and tap into industry experts.

We welcome new members.

Meet Our Sponsors

Crunch Lunch at UVEF September 2010

The Utah Valley Entrepreneurial Forum hosted another successful Crunch Lunch event.

Nine speakers shared their expertise to a capacity crowd at our September luncheon event. We received an overwhelming amount of positive feedback for this event and appreciate that the presenters delivered an incredible amount of information in such a concentrated and entertaining… Crunch!

UVEF shares it’s appreciation to Cary Snowden and the event presenters for the time and effort spent in preparing and presenting to our forum; —Thank You!

To satisfy the many requests for contact information and slides for each of our presenters, we are posting each presentation in PDF format here in this post.

We welcome you to contact each presenter for followup questions. Presenters have given permission to share their slides, and have each indicated an interest in hearing from our membership.

Click a name to contact, company to visit, or title to download:

Stay tuned to UVEF for information on upcoming Crunch Lunch events. If you are interested in presenting at a future Crunch Lunch event, please contact Cary Snowden.

Crunch Lunch UVEF: September 10

We will be hosting a new Crunch Lunch with the Utah Valley Entrepreneurial Forum on Thursday, September 10, 2009 at Novell.

Ten presenters spend five minutes each in a rapid-fire presentation of concentrated business advice, tips, and ideas. Ten great business topics that move so fast you won’t have time to get bored. And, we conduct a drawing between each presentation for a variety of impressive gifts!

Thursday, September 10th from Noon to 1:30 p.m. in the Novell Training Center.

Don’t blink, and bring a pencil. Each presenter has exactly five minutes to present using 20 slides. Slides automatically advance every 15 seconds. This exciting format assures a high concentration of business advice in a single lunchtime.

Presenters are highly informative, educational, and relevant. Presenters are not allowed to pitch themselves (until the final slide), and you’ll walk away with a brainstorm of information. You’re welcomed to stay after the event to mingle and ask questions.

Crunch Lunch is an entertaining, fast-paced, informational event. This event is for UVEF members. Admission, including lunch, is $25.

Presentations TBA

Crunch Lunch BYU

We will be hosting a new Crunch Lunch on March 20, 2009 at BYU as part of the eBusiness Day event.

Nine presenters spend five minutes each in a rapid-fire presentation of concentrated business advice, tips, and ideas. Nine great business topics that move so fast you won’t have time to get bored. And, we conduct a drawing between each presentation for a variety of impressive gifts!

Friday, March 20th from 1:00 to 2:30 p.m. in the Wilkinson Center Terrace at BYU.

RSVP for Crunch Lunch

Don’t blink, and bring a pencil. Each presenter has exactly five minutes to present using 20 slides. Slides automatically advance every 15 seconds. This exciting format assures a high concentration of business advice in a single lunchtime.

Presenters are highly informative, educational, and relevant. Presenters are not allowed to pitch themselves (until the final slide), and you’ll walk away with a brainstorm of information. You’re welcomed to stay after the event to mingle and ask questions.

Crunch Lunch is an entertaining, fast-paced, informational event. The event is free, but your lunch isn’t. Grab lunch in the Wilk before the presentations.

Presentations:

  • Getting Started With Mobile Media (Adrian Ochoa and Michael Alvarez, Avantar)
  • Marketing Mobile Media Solutions (Justin Whittaker, iTV)
  • How We Did It: Work, Risk and Luck (Matt Stoker, Pixiotech)
  • Brand and Messaging Strategies (Jack Hadley, ClarityWorx)
  • Business Banking (Fred Bernhardt, Zions Bank)
  • PR in a Mobile Universe (Cheryl Snapp Conner, SnappConnerPR)
  • Preparing for Investors (Brock Blake, Funding Universe)
  • Accounting Strategies (Kent Thomas, Utah CFO)

Crunch Lunch™ is a production of Social Hat, a social media consultancy.

Kent Thomas on Accounting Strategies

Crunch Lunch Presentation #1: Kent Thomas on Business Accounting Strategies

Kent Thomas, who is president of CFO Solutions, presented on business accounting strategies at our December 4th Crunch Lunch event at Novell. Kent provided a helpful overview of sound accounting strategies, and gave some thought-provoking insight into why many businesses fail, and how your accounting choices will play a roll in your ability to succeed in business.

Download Kent Thomas on Business Accounting Strategies in PDF format.

Contact Kent at http://www.utahcfo.com

Rich Hart on Corporate Wellness

Crunch Lunch Presentation #2: Rich Hart on Corporate Wellness

Rich Hart, who is president of Elevate, presented on corporate wellness at our December 4th Crunch Lunch event at Novell. Rich presented some interesting facts about corporate wellness and corporate effectiveness, including some interesting facts about how health and fitness can effect your bottom line.

Download Rich Hart on Corporate Wellness in PDF format.

Contact Rich at http://www.elevateutah.com

Kelly Anderson on Women in Business

Crunch Lunch Presentation #3: Kelly Anderson on Women in Business

Kelly Anderson, who is president of Startup Princess, presented on women in business at our December 4th Crunch Lunch event at Novell. Kelly, who works with women entrepreneurs to help them develop their own business, discussed the importance of including female demographics in marketing strategies, and addressed the unique perspectives of today’s successful women entrepreneurs.

Download Kelly Anderson on Women in Business in PDF format.

Contact Kelly at http://www.startupprinces.com

Jack Hadley on Messaging Strategies

Crunch Lunch Presentation #4: Jack Hadley on Messaging Strategies

Jack Hadley, who is president of ClarityWorx, presented on messaging strategies at our December 4th Crunch Lunch event at Novell. Jack presented on the importance of establishing a consistent message for your brand that is recognized and repeated at every level of your organization. In this presentation Jack gives practical advice on how to build a message architecture and why it is critical to your business.

Download Jack Hadley on Messaging Strategies in PDF format.

Contact Jack at http://www.clarityworx.com

Fred Bernhardt on Business Banking

Crunch Lunch Presentation #5: Fred Bernhardt on Business Banking

Fred Bernhardt, who is vice president at the Orem Zions Bank, presented on business banking at our December 4th Crunch Lunch event at Novell. Fred gave an insightful overview of what you need to know in order to successfully qualify for a business loan from a bank. Fred emphasized that cash flow is king, and gave some helpful hints as to what the banks are looking for before in order to give you a loan.

Download Fred Bernhardt on Business Banking in PDF format.

Contact Fred at http://www.zionsbank.com

John Pilmer on Public Relations

Crunch Lunch Presentation #6: John Pilmer on Public Relations Strategies

John Pilmer, who is president of Pilmer PR, presented on public relations strategies at our December 4th Crunch Lunch event at Novell. John helped us understand how public relations efforts can be more cost effective than traditional advertising, and gave tips on what to do and tactics to avoid.

Download John Pilmer on Public Relations Strategies in PDF format.

Contact John at http://www.pilmerpr.com