Formerly known as the Black Forum, and designed in celebration of the entrepreneurial legacy of the Gordy family and black family owned businesses, the Entrepreneurial Legacy Forum is a quarterly event that affords an exclusive opportunity for the community to gather and discuss issues central to entrepreneurial leadership. The Entrepreneurial Legacy Forum is a quarterly event that affords an exclusive opportunity for the entrepreneurial community to gather and discuss issues central to entrepreneurial leadership. Speakers and panelists include successful entrepreneurs, investors and innovators who will share in-depth knowledge and insights on issues directly relevant to living and working in business.
The popularity of this event further cements the needs for ongoing intimate exchanges, mentorship and resources for the entrepreneurial community in Detroit. The goal is to further provide these resources in order to activate and assist entrepreneurs in further conceptualizing their dreams. Forums are free to the public, and open to all.
The registration will be available for the March Forum in February
Registration Deadline: March 18, 2021
Do I have to be in business to attend?
These forums are developed with everyone in mind. Whether you own your own business, support businesses or have often wondered what it would be like to start your own venture – join us!
Do I have to register to attend?
Yes! In order to receive the weblink to attend, please complete the registration form above.
I can’t make the webinar at the scheduled time. Can I view the webinar at a later time?
Currently all Motown Museum virtual events are Live only.
What technology is needed for me to attend?
All that is needed to attend the forum is the link that is in the registration email. Forum attendees do not need their own Zoom account to join the session. You can join through a browser or the Zoom client from any desktop, laptop, mobile device, or Zoom Room.