Entrepreneurs' Organization to Host Live Video Chats with Renowned Business Owners during Global Entrepreneurship Week
-- #EO24 virtual learning program offers business insights from U.S.-based and internationally recognized entrepreneurs --
Alexandria, Virginia, USA (17 November 2015) – The Entrepreneurs' Organization (EO) is celebrating Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) by presenting EO24, a virtual and interactive learning event to debut on Wednesday, 18 November, at 8 p.m. EDT (1 a.m. GMT). Please visit http://events.eonetwork.org/eo24/ to set up a calendar reminder, sign up for Q&A sessions or view a schedule of featured speakers.
annual EO event will offer an in-depth perspective from four keynote
speakers, ranging from podcast extraordinaire, John Lee Dumas, and Geek
Squad founder, Robert Stephens, to merger and acquisitions expert,
Andrew Sherman, and Jordan Daykin, the youngest entrepreneur to
successfully win investment on BBC's "Dragon's Den" television program.
Participants worldwide will have the opportunity to engage with leading
business experts during live Q&A sessions and via EO's Twitter (https://twitter.com/EntrepreneurOrg),
using the #EO24 and #GEW2015 hashtags. The day-long engagement will
contain an eight hour block of content, which is scheduled to repeat
three times in order to reach aspiring entrepreneurs in every corner of
"EO24 is more than just an elite learning program; it
serves as a prime opportunity for entrepreneurial leaders and aspiring
business owners around the world to discuss their unique business
challenges by connecting with experts in real time," said Vijay K.
Tirathrai, EO's CEO. "EO24 provides timely entrepreneurial content and a
unique business perspective from a variety of EO members to help
facilitate learning and growth for entrepreneurs everywhere."
addition to the four keynote speakers, EO24 will feature business
lessons focused on everything from branding, nurturing growth and
customer service to marketplace competitiveness, relationship building
and overcoming obstacles to achieve business success.