Youâve done it! Youâve come up with the best-ever app-based solution to one of the worldâs many problems! Now what?
Join us to learn from Clegg Ivey, ATDC Savannahâs Entrepreneur- and Angel-in-Residence, about the often-overlooked beginning stages of the app development process. By taking the time to learn about your users, your market, and how your concept fits into the mobile platform FIRST, you will save money, time and frustration down the road.
Clegg Ivey is a veteran angel investor, mentor capitalist, serial entrepreneur, and a business acceleration specialist. As an entrepreneur, his business plans and pitches have generated about $100 million in angel and venture capital investment for nearly a dozen startups. Companies founded or co-founded by Ivey have had offices in 10 countries, and sold products and services in 36 countries around the world.
Working as a Silicon Valley technology lawyer in the 1990s, Ivey successfully litigated several high-profile cases, including against Microsoft and the Recording Industry Association of America. Iveyâs roster of clients included Hasbro, Google, Apple, Sun, and several other tech titans.
Ivey has been an adjunct professor at Tulane University in New Orleans and Zhejiang University in Hangzhou, China, where he taught subjects such as venture finance, entrepreneurship, and technology and public policy.
He moved to Savannah in 2009 and has since started several local bricks-and-mortar retail companies, including Savannah to Go, The Guild Hall, and The Chromatic Dragon, as well as investing in a number of other startups.