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Tuesday, August 23, 2016 (CST) - Consulting Round Table

6PM - 9PM


Toi Wright, President Dallas ASP.NET User Group


Ric DeAnda: Founder of Improving
Ric DeAnda is one of the founders of Improving, and the man behind the curtain when it comes to all matters Accounting. He is also a serial entrepreneur himself, has founded several business and can speak with great authority as to the where/what/how of establishing businesses, taxes, collections, etc.

Tim Rayburn: Vice President of Consulting at Improving
Tim Rayburn is a Microsoft MVP. He is also an author and an avid speaker.

Bethany Hilton: Account Manager at Improving
Bethany works with Improving- a software consulting company focused on building trust between business and IT She will be speaking to her experience there as well as her previous roles as director of business development for a startup in NY, and Co-founder/Chief Strategist of Uniquely Alive Branding. Her strengths are maximizing, positivity, strategy, input, and achievement. She is a Lindyhop dancer and passionate conscious capitalist hoping to see a better world created by thriving businesses delivering their best. You can reach out or learn more about her at BethanyHilton.com

Jason Kergosien: President of Ingen Systems
Jason Kergosien is a former Microsoft MVP. He has more than 15 years experience in the development and implementation of web strategies and architecture in a variety of industries, including financial services, public utilities, energy, retail, hospitality, manufacturing and high-tech.


  • How do I become an IT Consultant?
  • Should I join a big company, a boutique company or work for myself?
  • How much should I charge?
  • How do I find clients?
Come with your questions for the panel.

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