4GenNow announces inaugural Power Partners Summit Nov. 17 in Denver
Friday October 6, 2017 0 comments
DENVER -- 4GenNow, an organization that matches and advises intergenerational entrepreneurs, announced its inaugural Power Partners Summit set for Nov. 17 at the University of Denver.
The summit seeks to bring together four generations of entrepreneurs, organizers said, noting that connecting and matching multiple generations builds depth in organizations and provides the best opportunity for funding.
“The timing is right for the multi-generation summit,” said Jim Sugarman, 4GenNow founder.
“There is no shortage of pitch sessions, but what’s missing is a platform for seasoned and younger entrepreneurs to connect and match their business interests and then to launch and grow intergenerational startups.
“Our summits plan to provide this critical platform.”
Keynote speakers include:
Peter Adams, executive director of the Rockies Venture Club and managing director of the Rockies Venture Fund
Amy Lynch, intergenerational expert, author and founder of Generational Edge
Prime Capital Connections brings capital and concepts together, ensuring a venture that gratifies both parties.
Social Savvy Geek is an online marketing agency offering coaching, training and services.
Space is limited to 200 attendees. Cost to attend starts at $97, which includes lunch, the full-day event and both pre-event and post-event activities.
Other conference activities include intergenerational speed networking, keynote panel discussions and elevator pitch development.
The event will also include two business partner roundtables and a lunch panel entitled “Improving Intergenerational Communications at Work.”
To register for 4GenNow’s Power Partner Summit –Denver, visit: https://4gennow.com/packages