Diverse Tech Founders

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Summary

Do you struggle to find resources created specifically for parent entrepreneurs? Join James Olivers, Jr., founder of Parentpreneur Foundation and WeMontage. James has been featured in Money Magazine, Forbes.com, and on CNBC's reality TV show, West Texas Investors Club. James has an MBA from the Kenan-Flagler Business School at UNC-Chapel Hill, and a B.S. in Accounting from Morehouse College, where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa, Magna Cum Laude. If you are a parent entrepreneur, listen to this week’s episode with an open mind and come eager to learn.

Show Notes

James Oliver, Jr. is a serial entrepreneur with a purpose to help parent entrepreneurs. Being a parent + entrepreneur is hard, especially if you have young children and are trying to grow revenue to support a family. Being a Black ParentPreneur is even harder. Many are first-generation college graduates and don’t have a relative to call for money that can hold us over until we are able to get enough traction in business. James is an author and continues to run his renown startup WeMontage.

Key Questions Answered
1. What is Parentpreneur Foundation and from where did the idea for Parentpreneur Foundation come?
2. What is Parentpreneur Foundation’s technical solution?
3. How did you prove to investors that your target customers would use Parentpreneur?

Connect with James Oliver, Jr. using the links below:
Website: https://www.parentpreneurfoundation.org/
Twitter: www.twitter.com/jamesoliverjr
Facebook: www.facebook.com/parentpreneurfoundation
Instagram: www.instagram.com/parentpreneurfoundation
YouTube: www.youtube.com/parentpreneurfoundation
Books: The More You Hustle, The Luckier You Get
Further, we generally don't have the social capital to execute our good ideas or even imagine what is possible.
 
This is why the ParentPreneur Foundation exists. To provide money, tools, resources, and social capital for Black ParentPreneurs. So they can be the best parent and entrepreneur possible. So they can be great spouses/partners and raise delightful children.
 
This is the ParentPreneur Foundation's contribution to humanity. 

What is Diverse Tech Founders?

Less than 1% of tech startup capital goes to founders of color.

Each week, join us, as we interview diverse tech startup guests from major cities like New York City and London as well as budding hubs like Charlotte, Houston and Memphis.

If you're like me, you want access to overlooked early-stage startups led by diverse tech founders. Whether you're an aspiring angel looking for obligation-free communities or a friendly supporter desiring to meet tomorrow's diverse unicorns today, this is the podcast for you.