Get in the entrepreneurial spirit
A thriving entrepreneurial spirit is the backbone to any health economy and the 2019 Entrepreneurial Summit is great way to engage and learn about our state’s entrepreneurial community.
Put on by i2E, a nationally recognized private not-for-profit corporation focused on growing innovative small businesses in Oklahoma, the annual Entrepreneurial Summit is a free, half-day workshop targeting anyone involved or interested in starting your own business. Everyone from startup veterans to first-time entrepreneurs will find value at the event.
This year’s event will be held Friday, Nov. 15 from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Reed Conference Center in Midwest City and will include educational talks as well as networking opportunities.
The summit includes local entrepreneurs discussing how they started their companies and sharing their successes and failures. This year’s keynote speaker is Tommy Karam who will focus on personal branding for entrepreneurs at any in stage of their business.
To register for this year’s Entrepreneurial Summit click here.
The Entrepreneurial Summit also includes the Who Wants to Be an Entrepreneur event. This free event is open to all college-level entrepreneurs, students and faculty members. Participants in this event will attend the Entrepreneurial Summit in the morning and then spend the afternoon learning key elements involved in starting a business, including how to write a business plan; what investors are looking for in an entrepreneur; and how to successfully present a plan to investors.
Who Wants to be an Entrepreneur will take place Friday, Nov. 15 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., at the Reed Conference Center in Midwest City. You can register here.