A strong economy is dependent on skilled workers. U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) is raising awareness for the pivotal role career and technical education (CTE)
Going Global Summit
June 18th, 2021
GOING GLOBAL SUMMIT
The old narrative of an Africa disconnected from the global economy is fading. A wave of transformation driven by business and modernization is thrusting the continent from the world’s margins to the global mainstream. There is tremendous promise in the dynamism and ingenuity of Africa’s entrepreneurs. The region’s abundant world-class innovation and talent are increasingly being harnessed to improve lives and generate wealth. InnoPower is working to develop a stronger pipeline of awareness and access to Africa’s talent and solutions, especially in Nigeria and West Africa regions.
InnoPower’s Going Global Summit presented by Business Africa Online, in partnership with Afrigrants, intends to amplify, connect, and support emerging leaders in Africa and beyond who design, launch and scale businesses making an impact across the world.
- Amplify: enabling emerging African leaders and businesses
- Entrepreneurship: providing African entrepreneurs with access to resources, training and finance
- Connection: introducing US-based businesses and service providers to Africa’s innovators
- Advocacy: increasing the viability of Africa as a region for economic development partnerships
INNOPOWER MINORITY BUSINESS WEEK
InnoPower, LLC and Recorder Media Group will host the 2021 edition of their annual conference on June 14-18. The expanded InnoPower Minority Business Week will feature five days of in-person and virtual programming that aim to address the societal and economic gaps COVID-19 amplified. Learn more at www.InnoPowerIndy.com.
Speakers | Conference 2021
Long before the COVID-19 pandemic upended the global economy, our most vulnerable citizens were struggling to achieve the economic and social mobility promised by our
COVID-19 laid bare what we already knew: the current system of higher education is losing its luster. Even before the pandemic, only half believed that
Aspiring school founders and owners are the new faces of social innovation. To increase the achievement levels of minority and low-income students, we need to