Today, Black Women Talk Tech is officially reporting its Fifth Annual Roadmap to Billions Conference. This year because of the COVID-19 pandemic the occasion will be virtual utilizing an altered encounter on Hop. in on August 12-13 2021

Roadmap to Billions is a conference that worked according to the point of view of black women coordinated by Black Women Talk Tech. The association enables black women to drive innovation throughout the planet, inside undiscovered business sectors that can open billion-dollar openings. 

This is the lone tech conference made by black female founders for black female founders and allies of the local area. It showcases the splendour of black women building versatile organizations while assembling profound associations and setting out genuine financing open doors. Participants acquire knowledge and take in significant exercises from those that are making ready to progress. 

The current year's featured subject matter experts incorporate Mellody Hobson (Chairwoman of Starbucks Corporation and Co-CEO of Ariel Investments), Dr Toyin Ajayi (Founder Cityblock Health), Songe LaRon & Dave Salvant (Founders of Squire Technologies), Carolyn Pitt (Founder & CEO,, Paula Mccarthy (CEO & Founder, YSS Waterworks), Ashlee Ammons (Co-founder, Mixtroz), Kerry Schrader (Co-founder, Mixtroz) Charles Hudson (Managing Partner & Founder, Precursor Venture), Kobi Wu Pasmore (Founder and CEO, VisuWall Technologies), Jovian Zayne (Founder & CEO, OnPurpose Movement), Antonia Baker (Head of Conversation & Interests Marketing, Twitter), Netta Dobbins (CEO, Mimconnect), Shellye Archambeau(Former CEO, Board Director, Author), Alex Hill (Home Cook & Recipe Developer), Dj Olivia Dope, Khadijah Adams (Founder of Khadijah Adams, LLC dba Girl Get That Moneyand more to be reported. 

Esosa Ighodaro-Johnson, Co-author of Black Women Talk Tech says; 

This year we’re looking forward to bringing our audience a conference full of exciting, engaging, and enlightening experiences that will have our attendees feeling powerful, motivated, and ready to take the next steps on their entrepreneurial journey. The virtual event will have the production quality of a fully produced TV program, but with the same opportunities to engage as the traditional conference.

Join more than 2,500 financial backers, tech evangelists, and founders for a selective virtual get-together of Black female founders in the tech world. What's going on for 2021 incorporates job recruiting, high-profile entertainment, and virtual tech activations with large brands. 

2021 Sponsors of Black Women Talk Tech incorporate Microsoft, Netflix, Roku, Visa, Davis Wright Tremaine, Google, JPMorgan Chase, Citibank, Balsamiq, and Sephora

Buy tickets during the current year's Black Women Talk Tech Conference here:

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