Success Circles Selection Event
A Small Business Capacity Building Program Powered by the Institute for Entrepreneurial Leadership
Join us to select the next Success Circles winners!
Three (3)entrepreneurs will be selected to receive volunteer capacity building support and implementation resources
June 13, 2019 | Google, 111 8th Avenue, NY, NY
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Women of Color entrepreneurs who want to grow, scale and exit
Meet like-minded entrepreneurs to grow your support community.
Meet members from the angel investor community who are excited to meet you and want to develop a relationship
Learn more about the Success Circles program and how you can win a Success Circle to help you grow your business!
Investors seeking diverse investment opportunities
Expand your network of diverse relationships
Hear the "insider" perspective and gain insights into the real challenges and issues faced by Women of Color entrepreneurs
Learn new strategies for cultivating a pipeline of diverse investment prospects
Business professionals who want to use their skills to change lives #ChangeBusinessAsUsual
Expand your network of relationships with entrepreneurs and other professionals
Use your every day skills to help us drive greater inclusion within the entrepreneurial ecosystem
Volunteer your expertise to make a difference in the world
Registration opens at 9:30 a.m. | Program 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Making it as a Tech Founder
Who Happens to be a Woman of Color
Success Circles Pitch Presentations
Networking | Audience Voting
A Conscious Collisions Conversation:
Making It As A Tech Founder Who Happens To Be A Woman of Color
Meet The Panelists
Success Circles Presenters:
Meet the Founders
Packed Grocery Delivery
Seam Social Labs
This event is presented by:
In collaboration with:
We're calling on business professionals
to volunteer your expertise.
This is your opportunity to help change business as usual.
Women of Color are starting businesses at higher rates than anyone else, yet we get less capital, have fewer successful exits, and produce less income for owners. It's time for this to change. Access to capital is a legacy challenge with roots deep in our American history. While there have been innovative capital solutions in recent years, capital constraint remains a defining problem for the majority of Women of Color entrepreneurs. It's time we attack this problem from a different angle. We can share our expertise to help fill knowledge gaps, we can roll up our sleeves to help get things done, we can consciously create the connections that open doors to opportunity. Let's not just talk about wanting to help, let's be the help that Women of Color entrepreneurs need to succeed. It's time to change the way we do business, together.
CEO/Small Business Champion