Bob Crimmins is a lifelong technology professional and serial entrepreneur with strong business background. He is passionate about supporting entrepreneurship around the principle that there is a huge chasm between good ideas and good businesses and distinguishing the later is job one for entrepreneurs.
While Bob talks a lot about business these days, he is a geek at heart. He wrote his first computer program in BASIC on punch cards in 1978. Throughout his professional career, Bob led the development of over a hundred business systems projects, from small to large scale.
Bob has started 4 companies and is the chief instigator of the popular entrepreneur networking event, Startup Poker 2.0. He is now building his 5th venture, MoonTango, a revolutionizing way for women to shop for personal care products.
Bob teaches and mentors dozens of entrepreneurs through his work with TechStars, Startup Weekend, TiE Young Entrepreneur Program and his position as adjunct professor of entrepreneurship at Seattle Community College. He is also serves as a formal advisor to a number of Northwest companies.
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