Media Advisory: 1776 Ambler Yards Grand Opening
1776 Ambler Yards officially opens for business on April 12, 2018, with 30 inaugural members ready to build, launch and grow their companies. Montgomery County natives and serial entrepreneurs Michael Golden (Co-Founder of GSI Commerce) and Ned Moore (Co-Founder of Clutch) will help cut the celebratory ribbon and sit with 1776 Co-CEO Anthony Maher for a fireside chat to discuss entrepreneurship in the Greater Philadelphia Region.
Grand Opening of 1776 Ambler Yards and panel discussion on entrepreneurship in Montgomery County and the Greater Philadelphia Region.
- Marc Policarpo, Managing Partner, Ambler Yards
- Matt Sigel, Managing Partner, Ambler Yards
- Anthony Maher, Co-CEO, 1776; Co-Founder, Benjamin’s Desk
- Jennifer Maher, Co-CEO, 1776; Co-Founder, Benjamin’s Desk
- Ben Bergman, Campus Manager, 1776 at Ambler Yards
- Michael Golden, Co-Founder, GSI Commerce; Founder, Shoprunner
- Ned Moore, Co-Founder, Clutch; Co-Founder, Portico Systems
- Kathleen Hunsicker, Chair, Lower Gwynedd Board of Supervisors
WHEN: Thursday, April 12, 2018
5pm: Doors open to invited guests and credentialed media
5:30pm: Ribbon cutting and opening remarks
6pm: Fireside chat with Michael Golden and Ned Moore
1776 Ambler Yards
300 Brookside Ave.
Ambler, PA 19002
1776 is the largest network of incubators that cultivates and empowers startup ecosystems in the Northeast Corridor. We exist to strengthen the cities and economies of this region by building thriving communities of entrepreneurs including those dedicated to tackling challenges in complex, often highly regulated markets. Members of 1776 access the entire network’s knowledge, mentorship, capital, markets, and talent in order to scale. For more information, please visit www.1776.vc and follow @1776 on Twitter and @1776vc on Instagram.
About Ambler Yards
Ambler Yards is a 250,000 square-foot complex with 14 buildings sprawling across 25 acres in the Philadelphia suburbs. The campus features vintage structures reimagined into creative, one-of-a-kind open workspaces, accommodating the growth & expansion of new or established businesses. A portion of the campus has been redeveloped into Montgomery County’s newest entrepreneurial ecosystem for the 90+ members of 1776 at Ambler Yards. For more information, please visit www.ambleryards.com.
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1776 is the largest network of incubators that cultivates and empowers startup ecosystems in the Northeast Corridor. We exist to strengthen the cities and economies by building a thriving community of entrepreneurs.