Changing business as usual…
Have a startup business idea or an existing business?…Idea for the next big app or want to take your retail or service business to the next level?
We are offering scholarships for entrepreneurs to participate in two amazing events to improve your business and help change the face of business in Seattle!
Business as usual is pushing the African American community out of Seattle and cities across the nation. We need new and innovative strategies for economic empowerment to change the trajectory of our community.
Umoja Fest is partnering with Hack the CD to help established and aspiring entrepreneurs start or grow your business by getting customers and increase revenue.
We are calling all artists, authors, chefs, developers, designers, hustlers, and tastemakers to an entrepreneurial jam session!
Whether you are an aspiring, tech entrepreneur, artist, musician or small business, Hack The CD is the place to be to get high value consulting to gain more customers and grow revenue from experts who have done it!
In one weekend learn:
the thinking and business development tools used by major startups
marketing and branding secrets from the pros
tips for new technology tools to increase productivity
automation of your workflow to free up your time.
Come with a new startup business idea or an existing venture. Your business will not be the same!”
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Friday, July 24th – Sunday, July 26th
The 2015 Hack the CD Cultural Innovation Conference is a three day, all ages event held in Seattle’s Africatown – Central District, that convenes the brightest minds to participate in the New Economy through design, entrepreneurship, and technology.
Do you own your own business or thought about starting one? We’re calling all all artists, authors, chefs, developers, designers, hustlers, and tastemakers to an entrepreneurial jam session!
In one weekend, learn marketing and branding secrets from the pros, tips for new technology tools, and automation of your workflow to free up your time. Come with a new startup business idea or an existing venture.
7pm – Friday, July 24th
Network, Pitch Ideas, Form Teams, Begin Work
10am – Saturday, July 25th
Continue Work, Meet Coaches, Attend Workshops
9am – Sunday, July 26th
Finish Work, Present, After Party
No high school or college degree necessary. Scholarships available upon request.
Performing Arts Institute
104 17th Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98144
Health & Sciences
Do you have skills in the areas below? Would you consider doing a workshop on Saturday, July 24th or being available for office hours on either Saturday and Sunday?
NEW PARADE ROUTE FOR 2015!!!
Umoja Fest African American Heritage Festival & Parade
July 31 – August 2, 2015
Judkins Park – Seattle, WA
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Get FREE tickets online http://www.HawksBirdsNest.com ASAP before they’re gone because it’s First Come – First Serve!
First 300 families get photo with families!
Beverly & Kevin Sherman (Mama & Papa Sherman), Sunshine Lynch (Momma Lynch) & Debbie & Earl Thomas Jr. (Mama & Dad Thomas) -welcoming Bobby Wagner Sr. & Nakima Ward (Dad Wagner & Sister Wagner) -the parents and family of professional football players Richard Sherman, Marshawn Lynch, Earl Thomas III & Bobby Wagner have teamed up with local educational and community organization Foster Enterprise to empower parents and families on supporting youth from cradle to career –starting with Seattle-Kent, WA families!
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