PRLog - Jan. 12, 2013 - NEW YORK -- Unlock and activate your economic destiny. This is the catchphrase for the notable Kingonomics seven-in-one-
Kingonomics by Rodney Sampson
Rodney Sampson, lead innovator, investor, bishop and author of the book Kingonomics:
Veteran business people and would-be entrepreneurs will unearth nuggets of business wisdom from the many keynote influencers and speakers. Over a hundred innovators, entrepreneurs and accredited investors from all over the globe will join as speakers and panelists to run the exhaustive six-hour boot camps.
In the conference’s Start.Up boot camp, which is designed for aspiring entrepreneurs, business newbies will learn how to access seed credit, micro-loans and angel capitals. The talks will help the participants discover how to innovate, build a team or find a partner and go where no man or woman has ever gone into business.
Among other things, the Grow.Up boot camp, which is geared towards growth stage companies, will help conference participants expand and develop their businesses by creating new sales channels and public markets and connecting with global company investors. Jerry McGaughy, Atlanta-based Ritz Group’s private equity trainer will provide advance course instruction to businessmen on running a private shareholder company.
Darrell Glasco, CEO of Emergonomics will mentor the Invest.Up participants regarding successful financial outcomes. He says, “ I specifically help companies with projects, strategies and tactics around raising capital and building relevant business networks. In addition, I expose clients to the information and resources they can use to be impactful in their communities like training, environment, energy conservation.”
Start them young – the Sprout.Up boot camp intended for kids ages 11 to 18 years old - offers entrepreneurship on a level that kids can understand. Parents learn while exposing their kids to business etiquette techniques and innovative learning opportunities in science, technology and math. Watch out for these young minds as they learn to pitch to potential investors.
A major highlight of the conference will be the Crowd.Up boot camp. The Soho Loft chairs the crowdfunding presentation to the Crowd.Up participants. David Drake, founder of The Soho Loft says, “There is a growing relevance of crowdfunding platforms and a great need to stress key wisdom in entrepreneurship around the world through crowdfunding.”
ABOUT The Soho Loft (www.thesoholoft.com)
The Soho Loft Capital Creation Events ("TSL") is a corporate strategy and advisory services company specializing in financial innovation and business intelligence using a global events and media platform to advance strategic and diligent mainstream and alternative investing for start-up entrepreneurs and small and medium-sized enterprises.
TSL seeks to provide relevant education and visionary leadership training in the areas of capital formation, crowdfunding, angel networking, non-conventional funding, eb5 green card programs, micro-finance, venture capital, private equity and hedge funds. All creative investing solutions are focused in allowing the start-ups and SMEs to optimize all opportunities to grow their business through product/service/
Overall, TSL's mission is to work on educating and developing infrastructure to facilitate capital formation, innovation and job creation. As such, The Soho Loft operates as the leading global corporate strategy advisory.
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