TheFutureIsNow2021 Conference: Solutions for Black Economics and Community Empowerment

Monday, February 8, 2021
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TheFutureIsNow2021 Conference: Solutions for Black Economics and Community Empowerment

Date: February 8-12, 2021
Time: 8:00 am - 6:15 pm EST
Price: $97.00
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ClickUrban, LLC partners with HBCU Foundation for this event. Take advantage of forward-thinking keynote speakers, networking with influential attendees, and much more! Our main objective and passion is delivering valuable and quality content that promotes success to both the urban community and African American businesses, so those who attend leave armed with the tools to immediately increase their wealth, gain prestigious recognition and grow their new found network of the best entrepreneurial minds in the world.

Take advantage of an inspiring series of networking and mentoring event that will deliver actionable plans for success for those with an entrepreneurial spirit by connecting them to those who can help them achieve their business goals and reach their full potential.

This will be a full 5-day event which will include a variety of workshops, Q&A, 1:1 networking, and so much more. We’re starting the conference off right with an opening keynote address featuring Simon T. Bailey, top business keynote speaker, author, and peak performance expert. He has been named one of the top 25 people who will help you reach your business and life goals by SUCCESS magazine, joining a list that includes Brene Brown, Tony Robbins, and Oprah Winfrey. Followed by our second keynote speaker, Curtis Symonds, CEO of HBCU GO Network and former president of BET and we’re just getting warmed up!

We are extremely excited to showcase the lineup of impressive keynote speakers. Our speakers come from all corners of the country (and even the globe) to share their insights and knowledge. Don't miss the opportunity to hear them speak. Make sure you register today.

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