Zach Ferres

The (co)Founders Dilemma: Making it Work and Keys to Success -
14:00 pm 10/17/2019
Graham, Tucson Convention Center

Many entrepreneur’s and founders are encouraged by investors and advisors to seek out at least another co-founder to increase their company’s chances for success and growth. But how and where do you find a co-founder? And once you’ve found someone, how do you know it’s a good fit and how do you make it work for the long haul.

Join author and entrepreneur, Gina Catalano, as she conducts a “podcast-style” interview with Zach Ferres, a founder and the CEO of Coplex, a Venture Builder that partners with industry experts, entrepreneurs, and corporate innovators to start high-growth tech companies.

Zach sold his first technology company at the age of 24 and was recognized as one of the top 33 student entrepreneurs in the world. Zach’s experience as a founder and helping companies at Coplex develop and launch makes him exceptionally qualified to comment and advise on the “the (co)Founders Dilemma.”

Zach Ferres is the CEO of Coplex, a Venture Builder that partners with industry experts, entrepreneurs, and corporate innovators to start high-growth tech companies. Featured in USA Today, The Washington Post, VentureBeat, Inc, Forbes, NPR, and Entrepreneur.

Zach sold his first technology company at the age of 24 and was recognized as one of the top 33 student entrepreneurs in the world. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Ohio Northern University with a minor in Mathematics and Entrepreneurship.

Outside of Coplex, Zach is an award-winning speaker, a runner, and a columnist for Entrepreneur Magazine.