Inc. Founders House is where business gets personal. In fact, think of Founders House as your house while you’re at Black Tech Week—a place to sit for a minute, grab a bite, and connect with the other extraordinary humans starting, running, and growing Black-owned businesses.
If last year’s Founders House is anything to go by, dropping in will be well worth it. Among conversations about entrepreneurship and mental health, media coverage of Black and Brown founders, and all the hats a founder has to wear, we watched dozens of guests find support, partnerships, and even investment from a very like-minded community, and we don’t expect this year to be any different.
It’s the kind of club you want to be a member of, and not just because you’ll get to pitch your business to Inc.’s editors—and maybe even appear in the videos we’ll be shooting there. It’s a club that’s creating our future.
Inc. Founders House is right next door to Black Tech Week’s main stage, in the Transept, a former 19th-century church. It’s totally free to come and connect, but to get in you must be registered to attend BTW. You can register by clicking on the button below or on the banner at the top of this page.
The Founders House registration requires Black Tech Week registration. Anyone who wants to attend Founders House at Black Tech Week needs to first sign up for BTW. You can sign up for BTW at their site below!