The 2020 Black is Tech Conference will be its 2nd year. The Inaugural 2019 event brought over 1000 black and minority techies for a 2 day experience that included learning, networking, creating real professional and business connections, and more. Our 2020 event will bring an even better experience. With an expected attendance of 2500 from across the Country, we plan to take the Conference to new levels for Year 2.
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- Wheelchair Accesible
- Wireless Internet
J. Alexander Martin
CoFounder, Exe. Vice President, FUBU
The acclaimed J. Alexander Martin has externalized many successful ventures in the fashion industry including the iconic clothing line FUBU –“For Us By Us” – serving as the co-founder and Vice President. Today, his kingdom includes a clothing line, a non-profit and a consulting firm.
She's being called the black Steve Jobs despite the challenges of being a woman in the tech biz. Angel Rich, CEO of The Wealth Factory Inc., a financial literacy program for young people. Courtesy Angel Rich. September 18, 2017. Financial literacy among youth is a necessity in today's global world.
Marketing Exec, TV Host & Investor
As one of the youngest-c-suite executives at a Fortune 50 Company, he has worked for billion-dollar CPG brands including Mondelez and PepsiCo before starting Bonin Ventures – a growth accelerator that helps businesses of all shapes and sizes achieve revenue growth faster than they ever believed possible.
With an expected attendance of over 2500, the Black is Tech conference 2020 is stepping things up a notch. With over 60+ speakers and 250+ companies represented, we plan to provide even more learning, insights and resources for our attendees. Expect to meet amazing lovers of tech and connect with them. We’ll also have several sponsor companies including well known tech brands recruiting at the Conference.
In the 2 days of the conference, we are bringing the best minds in tech in the black and minority communities to discuss, inspire, teach and learn with keynote speeches, fire-side chats and panels. There will also be workshops, a start-up exhibit with up to 100 black and minority owned tech startups, a pitch competition with prize giveaways, games and so much more.