OCEAN Conference, is a two-day experience at Crossroads Church in Cincinnati, October 10-11th that will help you explore how to be a leader of purpose and passion. It’s a collection of entrepreneurs, business owners, creatives, and more to gain insight, wisdom, and practical tools to equip you along your journey.
We love the team at OCEAN and their commitment to come alongside Faith Driven Entrepreneurs. They recently reached out and asked us to share that their application window for OCEAN Accelerator is open and will accept applications until October 30, 2019. The application is available here.
Wait a minute, don’t most people envision the startup entrepreneur as a 20-something tech genius in a hoodie? You might be surprised to learn that it’s actually the graying 50-something in dad jeans.
Editor's note. We've recently come across Gerald and Cana.Global, a faith based accelerator in Southern California. You can see some more information about what he, and others in the workplace ministry space are doing here, and we thought that his perspectives on older entrepreneurs are intriguing.
Sometimes, God calls entrepreneurs to audacious obedience in their business ventures. While starting a business in Lincoln, Nebraska can have just as much Gospel impact as starting a medical clinic in Malawi, the latter will likely require far more personal sacrifice and risk along the journey.
That’s exactly what has happened with Jun Shiomitsu. Jun is the founder of African Business Institute (ABI), a Gospel-centered business accelerator/MBA program serving three African countries.