OUR SIGNATURE VIRTUAL SERIES OF TECH SOLUTION DRIVEN CONVERSATIONS
URBAN TECH FAIR PRODUCING TEAM: Sandra D. King, Cairo Qween, and Jacqueline Taylor-Adams
LESSONS FROM THE HACK GRAVEYARD: Developing Ideas Worth Funding
The role of the Hack in Ideation and what happens after. Presenter: Tech Diversity Advocate and Technology Adoption Consultant BONNIE SANDY ** What happens after the Hack? How many innovative useful concepts lie in the hack graveyard? * This #SolutionCast Hangout is an Intro to Hacks and the role they play in the tech ecosystem. Listen and then submit your questions for our Resource Guide & Companion Notes.
"You cannot increase the number of African Americans securing funding until you increase the number of prepared African American candidates applying for funding." Introducing the StartUp culture to entrepreneurs of diverse heritage.
Bonny Sandy has participated in four hacks and attended a couple more. Her team (hacking is a team event) has won at Photohack Day NY and Hearst Fashion Hack. While, she no longer does hacks, they were instrumental in helping her develop the product development process.
Monday, Feb 23, 2015 at 12pm EST / 9am PST FLIP A TECH: FUNDING OUR ECOSYSTEM with Brightwood Management Partners Managing Partner VERNON N. LEE, JR. and ScaleUp Partners (ScaleUp America) Co-Founder MIKE GREEN READ MORE