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This is episode 35 of the RV Entrepreneur Podcast and we talk about why Paul Singh and Dana Duncan are RVing across the country looking for startups in small towns.
10 years ago if you wanted access to capital, you had to move to a big city where there was a bunch of investors. Now, the landscape is changing and startups are popping up in small towns all over the country.
This year, Paul is on a mission to highlight those small town startups and help connect them with capital.
Today’s episode of the RVE podcast I interviewed Paul Singh and Dana Duncan who are RVing across the country in their airstream on a Tech Tour. Paul is a previous partner of 500 Startups, a well known seed fund and network of startup programs and Dana has been an advisor to multiple coding schools across the country.
A few things we talk about today on the podcast today are:
- How Paul is trying to connect investors with entrepreneurs in more rural parts of the United States
- Why you no longer have to live in Austin, New York, or San Francisco in order to get access to funding
- How Paul and Dana have adjusted after their first year of full-time RVing
Today’s episode is sponsored by: The RV Entrepreneur Summit
The RV Entrepreneur Summit is a small conference we’re hosting outside in Fredericksburg, Texas from February 24-26. The Summit will be a gathering of RVers (or future RVers) who are interested in working on the road, starting their own business, or learning more about the lifestyle.
The conference will include speakers, workshops, and panels where current RVers will share their experience of building business(es) on the road. Plus, we’re working on planning group hikes and wine tastings to keep the weekend fun. 🙂
You’ll leave the weekend with more ideas on how to generate a remote income and a few new friends who can help support you along the way.
If you’re interested in attending The RV Entrepreneur Summit, please fill out this interest form and we’ll let you know when tickets become available.