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STEP USA Expert Talk | Bonny Morlak

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Name: STEP USA Expert Talk | Bonny Morlak
Date: September 20, 2022
Time: 7:00 AM - 8:00 AM EDT
Event Description:

The German American Chamber of Commerce New York (GACC NY) is launching a new virtual event series for aspiring entrepreneurs wanting to take their startup international:

The STEP USA Expert Talks

For our first session on 9/20/22 at 1pm CET, we welcome the experienced startup coach Bonny Morlak to join us for an exciting session on mental health for entrepreneurs.
Originally from Germany, he spent 6 years in New York City and Silicon Valley when he took his startup to the U.S. market with a successful exit. 

He now lives in Sydney, Australia, and coaches startup founders globally.
His style is honest, direct and empathetic which is reflected in how he suggested we name this session:
“Nothing fucks-up your startup faster than running out of happiness"
Practical tips to survive your startup journey in the U.S.
- Mentally preparing for a stay abroad
- Managing personal relationships while being gone
- Applying the lean startup method on personal decisions
- Understanding the hidden cultural differences between the U.S. and Germany
- Engaging with prospects and investors
- Q&A on your most pressing questions

The STEP USA Expert Talk webinars last 60 minutes and are free of charge. 

Please register here
Participation is limited to 20 slots.
Contact Andrea Diewald for further questions: adiewald@gaccny.com

The German American Chamber of Commerce New York (GACC NY) was founded in 1947 and offers a wide business network in the U.S. and Germany.
In 2014, the GACC NY started the STEP USA program, a startup immersion bootcamp, that facilitates the U.S. market entry for (German) startups. It takes place 4 times a year in New York City.
Event Media:
Zoom Webinar
Register here
Date/Time Information:

Tuesday, September 20th, 2022
7am EDT | 1pm CET

Contact Information:

Andrea Diewald
Director Innovation, Investor & Startup Relations
Free of charge