most people don’t want to be called on their shit. They’d prefer a world where they could live in the shadows and pick money from the trees, sleep their way to success and avoid shining their light on others.
If you're just getting started it's smart to spend your startup capital wisely. If have the time to learn to create your own site it's definitely worth taking a stab at it just to know the basics in case you need to hire someone in the future.
Most entrepreneurs miss half of the opportunities to automate. By finding these opportunities, you can spend more time doing the things that bring in the cash. Developing solid processes and automated systems benefits your company and helps increase your bottom line.
This year, AfroTech is partnering with both community-based organizations and minority-owned businesses, including 100 Black Men of the Bay Area, Coding Dojo, Superheroic, the Oakland African-American Chamber of Commerce, Bay Area Black Market, Kapor Center, Oakland Codes, The Hidden Genius Project, Black Girls CODE, Peralta Foundation, Oakland Unified School District, AI4ALL, and the David E. Glover Emerging
This years honorees include Ralph Clark CEO of ShotSpotter the leading gunshot detection software keeping cities and campuses safer.