Small Business Matters One-day Entrepreneurship Summit Luncheon
Small Business Matters
Small Business Matters: Accelerated: Beyond Social Media: Using Online Marketing to Generate Real Revenue
Learn how to take advantage of the fastest growing and most accessible way for small business owners to cost-efficiently generate non-stop leads, targeting warm prospects and turning them into long-term paying customers.
Small Business Matters One-Day Entrepreneurship Summit Concurrent Workshops
Why are supplier diversity programs important to the Domestic and Global Fortune 1000 companies? What business profile do you need to do business with the private sector market? How do you position your business to take advantage of potential business opportunities? Our panel can tell you.
Successful business owners share lessons learned including pitfalls and accomplishments.
Explore the steps you can take to build a stronger credit profile.
Prepare your business for federal contract opportunities.
What Are You Capable Of? Attend this interactive session and learn how to create your company Capability Statement, which is the essential tool to communicate your company’s services, unique selling or value proposition, and experience
Small Business Matters: Opening Plenary
Welcome Remarks: Stephanie DeVane, Vice President, Entrepreneurship and Business Development, National Urban League
Introductory Remarks: Cy Richardson, Senior Vice President, Housing and Community Development, National Urban League
Opening Remarks: Jon Campbell, Head of Government and Community Relations, Wells Fargo & Company
Catherine Pugh, State Senator, Maryland
Maria Contreras-Sweet, Administrator, U.S. Small Business Administration