UPCOMING EVENTS

 

Finding Funds for Your Business

Greater Elkhart Chamber of Commerce 418 N Main Street, Elkhart, IN

Having sufficient capital is critical for the success of any business. This workshop introduces the wide range of available options and helps determine the most appropriate funding path for your business. Topics include commercial bank loans, SBA lending programs, alternative lenders, private equity investment, and more. This session is issued at no cost thanks to...

Free

Engaging Women Conference 2022

Saint Mary's College, Notre Dame, IN Student Center, Rice Commons, Notre Dame, IN

This one-day conference includes dynamic women leaders sharing positive, inspiring, and unifying messages through personal insights and experience. There are focused tracks for career development, entrepreneurship, technology, and health/wellness. The Engaging Women Conference supports the SPARK Program of the Women's Entrepreneurship Initiative of Saint Mary's College, a business accelerator for under-resourced women.

$3 – $200

Focus On Entrepreneurship – 360 Degrees of Success Symposium

Virtual Event To be held online

If your goal is acquiring or maintaining a successful business, then you should attend Focus On Entrepreneurship - 360 Degrees of Success, on Saturday, May 21, 2021, 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., via Zoom. The workshop is sponsored by Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Eta Mu Omega Chapter. This workshop is being presented as a...

Free

Demystifying Market Size – What Entrepreneurs Need to Know

Virtual Event To be held online

A fundamental part of building a startup includes identifying the total addressable market size and the revenue potential that has for your business. This allows an entrepreneur to create a viable business plan and is vital to know when approaching investors. Yet, it can be difficult to understand where your startup fits in the market...

Free

Using Blockchain to Resolve Supply Chain Challenges

Virtual Event To be held online

Today, nearly all supply chains operate globally, resulting in a complex web of producers and consumers. While current logistical solutions keep the system running, it isn’t always smooth sailing. A lack of transparency, validity, and integration puts pressure on already strained infrastructure. But what if blockchain could help reverse this trend? Even better, what if...