Fred Dowd to Speak at e2e Gillette Meeting
August 16, 2011 — Fred Dowd, a senior partner at Dowd-Rudkin LLC, will be the featured speaker Wednesday, Aug. 24, at the second "entrepreneur to entrepreneur" (e2e) Gillette meeting.
An accomplished money manager, Dowd will present, "Time is the Currency of Life ... Working Less Hours for Greater Rewards," and share experiences from his career in investment management. The meeting begins at 5:30 p.m. at the Clarion Inn and Convention Center, 2009 S. Douglas Hwy.
e2e, one of two outreach programs provided by the University of Wyoming's Technology Business Center (WTBC), is an entrepreneurial networking group designed to foster an entrepreneurial climate and, ultimately, lead to an increase in new business creation and growth for existing businesses in Wyoming communities.
Recently, Dowd launched a "boutique investment" firm with Reed Rudkin to work closely with clients to build wealth using his proven approach. The Dowd-Rudkin philosophy of creating wealth requires active management as opposed to simply warehousing funds in static accounts.
Each e2e chapter meets bi-monthly for 45 minutes of networking followed by a 45-minute program. The programs include successful entrepreneurs telling their stories, panel discussions on relevant topics and advice from experts in a specific business sector.
Each chapter has a dedicated advisory board that oversees programming and membership. e2e Gillette is the third chapter started by the WTBC since 2009.
For more information on e2e, call Jeff Lowe, WTBC assistant director, at (307) 766-6283 or email email@example.com.
The WTBC is a business development program that focuses on high-growth oriented companies with an emphasis on technology. The WTBC operates a 30,000-square-foot, technology-oriented business incubator and data center within its facility at UW as well as various outreach programs.