San Francisco based organization, Black Founders will host the “Ideas are Worthless Conference” in New York City April 11 to address the digital gap in tech and the black community.
The Ideas Are Worthless conference is a forum to connect, educate, and inspire founders towards execution. Hosted by Black Founders and sponsored by Goodwin Procter LLP, the conference will bring together diverse perspectives on tech entrepreneurship while providing a platform for emerging companies, entrepreneurs, and investors to connect and take action.
The program’s panelists include investors, CEOs, entrepreneurs, and engineers who will share insights into startup fundraising, investment strategies, operations, new startup trends, and finding technical talent.
They keynote speech for the conference will be provided by Bob Dorf, co-author of the book “The Startup Owner’s Manual: The Step-By-Step Guide for Building a Great Company.” Bob Dorf is a serial entrepreneur and author who has founded 6 companies and has invested in over 20.
Other speakers and panel guests include Frank Denbow, lead organizer of Startup Weekend NYC events and curator of Startup Digest NYC; David Rose, serial entrepreneur and founder of the Gust software; and Hank Williams, Founder and CEO of Kloudco and former CEO of ClickRadio, one of the Internet’s first interactive radio services.
Full conference information is available at http://www.blackfoundersconference.com
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