Startup Conference for Minority Entrepreneurs by The Black Burdell

“The Business school you won’t need a loan for.

Now that we have your attention, read on to find out how you can be apart of this entrepreneurial movement.

The Burdell’s School of Entrepreneurship (BSoE), curated by The Black Burdell as well as conference partners, is a one-day startup conference, November 12th, where some of the best and brightest minority entrepreneurs give practical tactics on growing a business, no matter what stage of the process it’s in. For high school and college, current and aspiring entrepreneurs, as well as young professionals, BSoE is a high-intensity, interactive (and fun) conference to help you change the face of entrepreneurship.

What should you expect?

Let’s start with what shouldn’t you expect – BSoE isn’t like other startup conferences you’ve heard about. What they won’t do is lecture you on what you should or shouldn’t do, they aren’t high-strung on giving you the perfect playbook for the perfect business.

As a community of young black entrepreneurs, BSoE is here to motivate, encourage, and work together as a community to ensure that we are all successful.

Why should you come?

  • Learn about real, actionable tactics to grow your business;
  • You can find an entrepreneur mentor, or you may want to become a mentor;
  • To learn and discuss the challenges other black entrepreneurs face and how to overcome them;
  • To learn how to balance school and your startup life;
  • Meet some of Atlanta’s top and up-and-coming entrepreneurs;
  • Hear lessons from fellow entrepreneurs that look like you and experience similar business challenges.

Keynote Speakers:


And as an added bonus:

Sounds good?  Well let’s get you registered!