When: Saturday, May 14th. Details to follow!

Location: San Francisco Bay area

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Programming:

Workshops/Speakers

Rebecca Okamoto of Evoke.pro

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Rebecca is a former Procter and Gamble supply chain manager who left the corporate world after 29 years. She is passionate about building Asian American leaders/entrepreneurs. Here is what she will be presenting to us:

Brian Kang of The Asian American Voice Podcast

Brian Kang

Brian very recently left his sales job to venture into the world of podcasting, coaching, and public speaking. He’ll tell his story about the leap he took, and some of the nuts of bolts of podcasting.

Benjamin Wang of Nevap, Inc.

Benjamin Wang

Benjamin is actually a doctor who turned to entrepreneurship. According to their website, NeVap has created the next generation of VAP prevention solutions that is fully compatible with current healthcare practices and protocols. Benjamin will go through his personal story explain why taking the leap from the steady job to entrepreneurship actually makes financial sense, and prove it with the math.

Dale Ting of Wild Ting Enterprises

Dale Ting

After a 10 year career as a product development engineer at Procter and Gamble in Cincinnati, OH, he transitioned into entrepreneurship and founded Wild Ting Enterprises, named after a nickname a high school teacher gave him. He is the founder of EntreAsians and will be presenting “How to become an entrepreneur with no time, no money, and no ideas.”

Breakout mastermind sessions:

Volunteers in all stages of entrepreneurship on the “hot seat” will present their situation and get feedback from the audience

Panel discussions:

Panels of people who have had success at entrepreneurship available for questions. Find out how people overcame fear, parental expectations, and other obstacles to get to where they are now.

Cost:

Cost will be $75 $50 for the first 10 registrants. Fees will cover event space and Saturday lunch. Registration deadline is April 28.

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