From inception to growing your existing business, business owners need to have the mindset of an entrepreneur. And as one, getting help along the way from a larger community is invaluable, brainstorming new ideas into reality. As Jeff Hoffman, the Chair of the Global Entrepreneurship Network and keynote speaker for Synapse Converge earlier this year noted, entrepreneurs need to “re-purpose, re-tool and re-deploy” in order to grow the business.
Synapse Converge: Global Entrepreneurship Week Edition is just the event to help. Building off of their highly successful event this past June, Synapse Converge will continue to fulfill its mission to connect Florida’s innovation community. Designed to turn hopeful entrepreneurs into successful entrepreneurs, this is a free four-day virtual program to inspire and help turn dreams into existence and give business owners the tools to succeed. The program is designed to empower and inspire entrepreneurs at every stage of their journey.
Free Virtual Event | November 16-19
This state-wide virtual gathering is aligned with the Global Entrepreneurship Network annual event, Global Entrepreneurship Week. Synapse is the co-coordinator for Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) Florida, along with Synapse Impact Board member South Florida Tech.
Running from November 16th through November 19th, the event will focus on ecosystems, education, and inclusion. Thanks to Truist, attendance for the event is free. Two tracks will be offered catering to entrepreneurs at different stages in their journey.
The Startup Toolkit Track
The “Startup Toolkit Track” will feature 12 sessions taught by leading Florida academics and experienced business leaders. The lessons on the entrepreneurial journey will cover from “Is Entrepreneurship for You?” to “Getting to Growth Stage”, and everything else in between.
The Entrepreneur Leadership Track
The “Entrepreneur Leadership Track” will feature interviews with successful entrepreneurs, offering ideas to help companies and enterprises in the later stages connect and lead. Opportunities for investors to show support for growing Florida companies will be laid out as well.