Millennials & Youth Entrepreneurs

Henry Ogbuagu

Founding Partner, Vencapital LLC
Speaker Stage: Second Stage (The Hub)

Improving Access to Venture Capital for Underrepresented founders

During this session, Henry will generously impart his expertise in the realm of alternative investments, emphasizing Venture Capital and Private Equity asset classes. His objective is to demonstrate how we can accelerate equitable access to capital and diversify investment opportunities for the emerging generation of technology-driven businesses.

Engaging in Henry’s session promises to enrich your understanding of Venture investing, offering unparalleled access to the dynamic world of venture capital. This experience is tailored to enhance your knowledge and proficiency in Venture Capital while also facilitating valuable connections with industry professionals.

Mishka Nizar

Founder, Mirihana Legal
Speaker Stage: Main Stage (Celebration Hall)

Advocacy in the Digital Age

Understanding and using digital tools to make our messages bigger and bolder. Let’s explore how we can spark conversations, raise awareness, and inspire action like never before.  Learn how we’re connecting with people from all walks of life and making a difference while staying true to our creative spirit. Unleashing the Power of the Digital Age: Where Technology Fuels, Advocacy Ignites Change.

K.B. Beals-Sadlier

Owner, Brampton Buccaneers
Speaker Stage: Main Stage (Celebration Hall)

The Value of Technology in Sports 

The Value of Technology in Sports In a Digital era plays many valuable roles in the present day and in the future of sports including sports entertainment, sports Management, and Marketing.

KB will be touching on the ways technology is being used to Market teams, players, sports brands, and corporate partners.

Technology is trailblazing the way statistics and date tracking, Social Media, and Sports technology for testing and development of athletes Are being used to add value to the sports industry.

Elias Puurunen

Founder, Tractus Events
| Author
Speaker Stage: Main Stage (Celebration Hall)

Why Small and Medium Businesses Need to Own Events and Webinars

Book Title: Memorable, Profitable, Virtual Events for Your Business: How to Leverage the Last Frontier of Genuine Human Connection to Create Meaning, Value, and Lasting Connections

We are in the age of AI. Every day, brands churn out generic content with the help of ChatGPT. But conferences, trade shows, and webinars are still the best way to connect with the people behind the brand.

As a business owner, you know you should be running webinars or attending trade shows and conferences.
Which events are worth the investment? How do we run our own webinars? What should you talk about at your events?
You have an amazing product or service. Your customers get incredible results every day. Yet your competition always seems one step ahead of you. Most often, it’s because they’re running webinars and going to the right events. And you’re not.

Events are the best way for prospects to connect with the people behind the product.
The souls behind the service. They can turn cold leads into red-hot prospects.
But events only work if you have the right strategy.

In this session, we’ll talk about:
– The role of events in your sales and marketing budgets in 2024 and beyond
– Why you need to run your own trust-building lead-magnet webinars if you want to stay ahead of your competition
– The 7 easy-to-make mistakes that ruin the attendee experience, and how to avoid them
– How to choose which conferences and trade shows to attend so you can fill your sales pipeline
The secret tool that makes trading business cards at networking events obsolete… And fills your sales calendar

Whether you’ve only ever attended virtual events or have already hosted one (or more),
Elias will show you a new and better way to organize, run, and monetize highproduction value webinars for your business.