We are clearly living in the age of the startup. Now is the time to bring that life-enhancing idea of yours to fruition, and Black Enterprise is offering you the necessary tools to do so.
The good news is that it truly doesn’t take a whole lot of money for you to get your idea off the ground. There are ways—lots of smart, cost efficient, feasible ways for you to make things happen without breaking the bank or stalling progress because you haven’t a bank to break.
You having the right idea is half of the battle in executing your startup. Now you simply need to learn how accelerators, tech hubs, and co-working spaces can educate, connect and inspire you. Not only are these spaces great for exchanges of information, they can also serve as potential recruiting grounds for venture capitalists and angel investors looking for compelling new startups–yours in particular.
Join the Director of Business Development for American Underground, Jesica Avehart, along with the President of PowerMoves NOLA, Earl Robinson, as they chat with Black Enterprise Tech Editor, Samara Lynn, at the 2016 Black Enterprise Entrepreneur Summit, May 4-7, at the Loews Hotel Miami, as they discuss fast tracking your tech startup.
In the meantime, check out this footage from last year’s Entrepreneur Summit where speakers Tom Chikoore, founder of TechStars Rising Stars Program, Startup Illustrated and FILTRBOX; Chris Bennett, co-founder and CEO of Soldsie: Black Founders (NewME); and Julius Erving, III, Co-president of Atom Factory discuss cutting-edge tech startup accelerator programs.
REGISTER NOW for more tech startup info at the 2016 BE Entrepreneurs Summit, May 4-7, Loews Hotel Miami, Miami, Florida, and learn how to get your startup on the fast track.
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