It seems every week there is a new tech start up launching and getting buzz across the internet. Yet, only 1% of these new start-ups are minority-owned. On this episode of Launch While Working, host Tai talks with Chris Bennett, CEO and co-founder of Central.ly, an innovative website builder software developed for the small business owner. Chris will share how he worked with the New Me Accelerator program as a minority start-up and the lessons he learned. Chris will walk through what you need to know, from funding options and expectations, to roadblocks you should be aware of when launching your own tech start-up.
Bonus: My interview with Alfred Edmond Jr. on challenges facing women and minority entrepreneurs.
Our guest: Chris Bennet is CEO and co-founder of Central.ly, an innovative website builder software developed for small business owners and entrepreneurs.
Your Host: Tai Goodwin is a Brilliance Catalyst – she has a keen intuition laser focused on helping people tap into their brilliance. Her commitment to helping people shine, offline and online, fuels her energy as a coach, speaker, and Employedpreneur Advocate. You can find her online at www.taigoodwin.com helping authors, coaches, and speakers reach more people through social media. The co-host of #smallbizchat, Tai is also editor-in-chief of Launch While Working.com and The Career Makeover Coach.com.
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