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Black Enterprise Magazine July/August 2018 Issue

Are you in the group of entrepreneurs with grit, determination, and a product worth watching, but you haven’t quite hit scale yet? We know what it’s like just starting out. You may have thrown all of your funds into marketing or developing that new app, platform, or service, grinding away with your head down and forgetting to allocate resources to networking. (Yes, that’s a thing.)

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Because of this, TechConneXt is launching our TCX Fellows Program giving top entrepreneurs the opportunity to attend our conference as our special guest. Hear from speakers that include, The Breakfast Club’s Angela Yee, on how she built her online brand; Akon, on how he plans to use cryptocurrency to power Africa; and Rashaun Williams who will personally teach you exactly what you need to develop a pitch deck that’s worth an investor’s attention. All of these people will be in the building in addition to a slew of other prominent game-changers.

TechConneXt will be held Oct. 8th and 9th at the San Francisco Airport Marriott Waterfront in Burlingame, California, with both days focusing on topics that help individuals understand how tech is disrupting every industry, but you already knew that because you are in the trenches.

So by now, you are asking yourself, how do you become a TCX Fellow. Click this link and submit your information by Monday, Oct. 1st at 11:59 pm ET. Fill out all of the necessary fields and, more importantly, let us know why you think you are qualified to be a TCX Fellow. You will be notified if your application is approved by Oct. 3rd, 2018, at 11:59 pm ET. Please note, your acceptance does not include travel or accommodations for the conference. 

Good luck. We look forward to your submissions.

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Sequoia Blodgett

Sequoia Blodgett is a Reporter for Black Enterprise. She is also the founder of Commas, a consulting firm that gives entrepreneurs access to top tech and creative resources to help them grow their business.


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