Southfield’s National Entrepreneurs Association Schedules May 21 Forum

Transformation is the theme of the Southfield-based National Entrepreneurs Association virtual 2021 Entrepreneurs Forum on May 21 from noon to 3 p.m.
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2021 Entrepreneurs Forum
Transformation is the theme of the National Entrepreneurs Association’s virtual 2021 Entrepreneurs Forum on May 21. // Photo courtesy of National Entrepreneurs Association

Transformation is the theme of the Southfield-based National Entrepreneurs Association virtual 2021 Entrepreneurs Forum on May 21 from noon to 3 p.m.

The conference, which will feature keynote speakers, a panel discussion, and speed networking, is designed to train entrepreneurs to successfully pivot through challenges and grow regardless of the obstacles they may face.

“We are living in unusual times and entrepreneurs have been challenged to figure out how to adjust to the many changes that we have experienced over the last year,” says ZaLonya Allen, president and CEO of the National Entrepreneurs Association. “This event will provide additional tools and resources to help entrepreneurs become and remain more stable especially in times of crisis.”

The kickoff speaker will be leadership strategist and author Bernadette Johnson who is recognized for transforming and leveraging the way leaders lead and how they learn. Her topic will be “The Pivot Mindset,” which will focus on how entrepreneurs can make necessary changes when circumstances shift.

The keynote speaker will be Amy Cosper, former editor-in-chief at Entrepreneur magazine and a prominent voice on the topic of entrepreneurship. Cosper currently is editor-in-chief of Family Business magazine.

There also will be a panel discussion on “Funding and Financial Management in Challenging Times,” which will focus on financial literacy as well as funding opportunities.

Sponsors of the event include Comerica Bank, Dell Technologies, and CIBC. The event is open to the public. Registration is $97. For more information or to register visit here or call 248-416-7278.

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