If you are a start-up or new business, the Chosen Business Conference in Crown Heights is a unique opportunity to “wow” investors and come away with a deal. Full story

On Sunday January 16, Crown Heights Young Entrepreneurs (CHYE) in partnership with COLLIVE.com will host the Chosen Business Conference, a networking evening for B2B service companies in Crown Heights.

In addition to the networking and inspiring speeches, top investors will be in attendance at the event, ready to hear arguments and ready to invest up to $ 250,000 in any startup they believe will be successful.

If you are a startup or new business, this is a unique opportunity to “wow” investors and come away with a deal. If you believe in your concept, now is your chance to show them what you have!

Imagine: you are a very creative and passionate young man or woman with an innovative idea for a technology company. You have a supporting partner, a talented team and a dream. All you need is the money to turn your concept into reality.

The main reason small businesses fail is lack of funds.

At the Chosen Business Conference, talented and innovative entrepreneurs like you will have access to advice, mentorship, guidance and financial resources to help you fund your business idea.

CHIE founder Rabbi Werde said the aim of the conference is to “provide an opportunity for everyone to share their ideas and provide both amateur and seasoned businessmen with information and resources on fundraising. and the launch of their startup ideas “.

“This event is unique for Crown Heights, and we are really excited about the response,” said Rabbi Werde. Event attendees will have the opportunity to privately present ideas for their own startups and have the option of soliciting investments of up to $ 250,000.

The conference will take place at the Razag Ballroom in Crown Heights on Sunday, January 16.

If you have an idea for a startup or business, what are you waiting for?

Don’t miss this opportunity of a lifetime!

Register today: https://www.thechosenexpo.com/pitch