This weekend in Charlotte, OnceLogix will be hosting the Small Business Cookout from Feb. 9–10 to educate and equip small business owners and entrepreneurs. The nationally recognized, award-winning software company led by Trinity Manning, Rod Brown, and Ty McLaughlin has prepared two days of interactive programming that will include speed mentoring, sessions on the best practices for business, and a pitch competition.
“At the SBC, we want to lead the effort and build a small business community that will help each business owner and entrepreneur to grow and sustain seven-figure businesses,” said Brown, COO of OnceLogix and creator of the Small Business Cookout.
On Friday, attendees will have the opportunity to network and join discussions like, “Three Ways to Grow Revenue,” “How to be The Authentic CEO,” and “The Emotionally Intelligent CEO.” There will also be two panels led by esteemed business owners who will be sharing how others can take steps toward earning seven-figures and how to secure funding.
On Saturday, the day will be filled with action. In the morning, there will be a mini boot camp to get people thinking of ways to stay fit and Margaret A. Brunson, Ph.D., and founder of Illumined Leadership Solutions, will be facilitating speed mentoring sessions. “I’m excited about facilitating the speed-mentoring event because I know the power of the synergy that happens when people connect with ideas and vision.” Later in the day, entrepreneurs will get a chance to take the stage for the “Stand and Deliver Pitch Competition” where they will compete for a cash prize and services to help them expand their business.
OnceLogix is excited to create this opportunity for black business owners and entrepreneurs. And, Black Enterprise is equally as excited as we prepare to head to Charlotte for the Entrepreneurs Summit in June. For more information and to register for the Small Business Cookout, click here.