Trevor Pryce



Outlook Company

Pryce, who grew up in central Florida, attended the University of Michigan and graduated from Clemson University, and played 14 seasons in the NFL. He founded a record label, Outlook Music Company, in 2001 while playing for the Denver Broncos.

He settled permanently in Baltimore, first in Columbia and now in Reisterstown, after his two daughters and son graduated from McDonogh School. He liked the education they received and decided to put down roots here after he left the NFL.

After visiting 20th Century Fox in 2005, he became enthralled with visual media and computer animation.

Trevor Pryce is head of Outlook Company, an animation studio that’s located in the Hoen building in East Baltimore.


    10:30 AM - 11:00 AM

    Thursday General Session 2/1/2024

    Entrepreneur's Dilemma: Sharing the Baby With the Public and the Risk of Losing It

    • What drives an Entrepreneur to create a company, and what factors determine when the public company route becomes a consideration?
    • What are the pros and cons that an Entrepreneur should weigh before going public?
    • How should an entrepreneur evaluate which capital raising route to take, such as a Reg-A, SPAC, Reverse Merger/PIPE, et al., and what are the obstacles, pros and cons of each?
    • Are there examples of entrepreneurs who managed to successfully steer a company into the public arena without sacrificing too much of the original vision?
    • Are there examples of entrepreneurs who hated going public but later found that the company turned out better than the original vision?
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