Black Enterprise will present its annual Entrepreneurs Summit, Nov. 12 and 13, as a virtual conference experience, introducing live chats with speakers and an interactive business opportunity showcase.
“The Entrepreneurs Summit Virtual Experience will feature all of the most enduring and valued elements of the premiere national event for Black entrepreneurs, founders and business owners,” says Black Enterprise President and CEO Earl “Butch” Graves Jr. “We are excited about our ability to use our new and unique virtual conferencing platform to reach and engage more Black entrepreneurs than ever before. The COVID-19 economic environment is both fraught with challenges and rich with opportunity, and the Entrepreneurs Summit Virtual Experience is designed for those who want to be ready for both.”
Confirmed speakers for the virtual experience include Nick Cannon, producer, writer and actor; Wayne Brady, producer and television personality; Byron Allen, founder, chairman, and CEO, Entertainment Studios; John Hope Bryant, chairman & CEO, Operation HOPE; BCSWIRL, Inc. CEO Barbara Clarke Ruiz; Founders First Capital Partners CEO Kim Folsom; ACE Petroleum Founder and CEO Moses Shepherd; Amazon Web Services Startup Marketing Leader Denise Quashie; Nationwide Retirement Institute Vice President Kristi Martin Rodriguez; The/Studio Founder Joseph Heller; and Grace Eleyae, Inc. CEO Grace Eleyae.
For more information and to register, visit www.blackenterprise.com/entrepreneurssummit. Search #BESUMMIT for additional updates and information about the Entrepreneurs Summit on social media.