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Transactions Marketing, Inc

 

Name

Brenda Lewis

 

Title

President

 

Company/Organization

Transactions Marketing, Inc.

 

City/Town

Stamford , CT

 

Tell us about your community-building activities in 2019 (<500 characters)

Managed 3 year old TechXel Stamford, the first and only B2B accelerator in Fairfield County, organizing and presenting 24 free venture expert seminars in partnership with the Ferguson Library. Recruited 85% of One Million Cups/Stamford 24 presenters. Served as a judge for 3rd time at TechStars Startup Weekend. Served as marketing instructor, mentor and judge for 3rd time on New Venture Challenge for Enterpreneurship Foundation. Technology panelist for In Real Life Conference . Served as Judge for CT Entrepreneurship Business Competition. Served on the Emerging Companies Committee for Stamford Innovation Week,

 

What community-building goals did you accomplish or milestones did you hit in 2019? (<500 characters)

TechXel Stamford completed its third year as the first and only B2B accelerator in Fairfield County, reaching over 1000 participants with free venture expert seminars. As a charter organizer and principal recruiter , saw One Million Cups/Stamford reach its 3rd year having served 1800 participants and presented 70 ventures. Facilitated the organization and development of the first non-profit investment pool for a pitch event in the state of CT.

 

What people are saying about Brenda Lewis...

 Brenda Lewis has spent 40 years working in the Connecticut innovation ecosystem. In addition to launching and funding seed and Series A high tech clients through her firm Transactions Marketing, Inc. , she is a mentor and judge for the New Venture Challenge for collegiate entrepreneurs. a judge for the CT Innovation Summit and a judge for TechStars Startup weekend. She was the founder of the CT Mobile Summit and a member of the Startups Committee for Stamford Innovation Week. She is a charter organizer of 3 year old Kauffman Foundation program One Million Cups/Stamford , recruiting 90% of presenters . After the 2008 global crash led to the decline in angel funding , she formed TechXel Stamford to prepare ventures for first sequence financing. Brenda is also a judge for Tim Draper's annual Collegiate Women's Business Competition (now 40 schools) at Smith College.  

Elizabeth Joseph

 Brenda Lewis has spent 40 years working in the Connecticut innovation ecosystem. In addition to launching and funding seed and Series A high tech clients through her firm Transactions Marketing, Inc. , she is a mentor and judge for the New Venture Challenge for collegiate entrepreneurs. a judge for the CT Innovation Summit and a judge for TechStars Startup weekend. She was the founder of the CT Mobile Summit and a member of the Startups Committee for Stamford Innovation Week. She is a charter organizer of 3 year old Kauffman Foundation program One Million Cups/Stamford , recruiting 90% of presenters . After the 2008 global crash led to the decline in angel funding , she formed TechXel Stamford to prepare ventures for first sequence financing. Brenda is also a judge for Tim Draper's annual Collegiate Women's Business Competition (now 40 schools) at Smith College.  

Dean Schwartz

 Brenda Lewis has spent 40 years working in the Connecticut innovation ecosystem. In addition to launching and funding seed and Series A high tech clients through her firm Transactions Marketing, Inc. , she is a mentor and judge for the New Venture Challenge for collegiate entrepreneurs. a judge for the CT Innovation Summit and a judge for TechStars Startup weekend. She was the founder of the CT Mobile Summit and a member of the Startups Committee for Stamford Innovation Week. She is a charter organizer of 3 year old Kauffman Foundation program One Million Cups/Stamford , recruiting 90% of presenters . After the 2008 global crash led to the decline in angel funding , she formed TechXel Stamford to prepare ventures for first sequence financing. Brenda is also a judge for Tim Draper's annual Collegiate Women's Business Competition (now 40 schools) at Smith College.  

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