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Kheprw Institute, InnoPower, and the Recorder Media Group have teamed up to present the 2nd Annual InnoPower Minority Business Conference. This online event will feature dozens of entrepreneurs from around the world and is for leaders of Black, Latinx, Asian and other business groups whose members face distinct challenges while recovering from a year of disease and uncertainty.
Creating infrastructures that help minorities connect to people and resources
Teaching essential skills and frameworks for starting a business.
Expanding people’s capabilities and employability for a rapidly changing economy
Developing avenues that lead to better access to capital for minority businesses
Embracing new practices to meet community needs better than existing solutions
Increasing the participation of minorities in our state’s technology sector.
Equitable Working Environment
Improving personal lives, hiring practices, and personnel development
NOW UNTIL SEPTEMBER 5
Admissions to the course are rolling, sign up by clicking below Upcoming class topics include:
AUG 1 – SUSTAINABILITY: CREATING A HUMAN-CENTERED COMMUNITY
AUG 8 – SUSTAINABILITY: PIVOTING & PLANNING DURING THE PANDEMIC
AUG 15 – BOOTSTRAP MARKETING
AUG 22 – CRAFTING YOUR CONTENT
AUG 29 – SPREADING YOUR MESSAGE
SEPT 5 – THINKING AHEAD: CREATING A 3 MONTH PLAN
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