Conferences and workshops on how libraries and librarians support entrepreneurship in their communities and campuses
ELC workshops are back! We have a new cohort of amazing planners and are excited to announce our next half-day workshop, “Inclusive Entrepreneurship: A workshop on how librarians support entrepreneurship as a pathway to economic justice, empowerment, and a counter to systemic racism” will be on December 2nd. Details to come! Questions? Email one of the co-chairs.
Thank you to all you attended “The Invisible Industry: Strategies and Resources for Supporting Cannabis Entrepreneurs” last week. Recordings and slides are available to view and download here.
About: Reimagined by BLINC, executed nationally.
In 2019, BLINC was approached by the original organizers of the Entrepreneurial Librarians Conference to ask if this conference was something we, as business librarians, would be interested in taking on.
Since its founding in 2003 BLINC has always been a community of public, academic, and special librarians who value networking, supporting each other, and offering frequent and free workshops.
Through our planning work, members of BLINC have reached out to their networks and beyond to help craft a new vision for the Entrepreneurship and Libraries Conference. The conference planning team includes public, academic, and special librarians from across the United States and Canada.
The ELC conference is for and by information professionals who support and believe in the power of inquiry and information to transform lives and support entrepreneurial endeavors.
For more information about the ELC, please contact one of the co-chairs:
- Steve Cramer (UNC Greensboro): [email protected]
- Orolando Duffus (University of Houston): [email protected]
- Morgan Ritchie-Baum (Wake Forest University: [email protected]
- Betsey Suchanic (Urban Libraries Council): [email protected]