Brian Hamilton started his entrepreneurial journey very young and he believes that our youth should too, especially in the midst of COVID-19. Brian will discuss how youth can explore their interests and become entrepreneurs, as well as his tips for getting your business through the next 90 days. Brian is no stranger to crisis management in business and this Town Hall will outline his own tools and resources to do so. Young people welcome!
Bunker Labs #All_In Virtual Town Hall is a 30-45 minute live conversation. Be prepared to participate in a live Q&A with other business leaders who have been through tough and uncertain times like the one we are currently experiencing amidst the coronavirus crisis.
This conversation is part of the #All_In initiative, created to inspire and equip the entrepreneurs in our military connected community to continue moving their businesses forward.
Registered attendees will receive a link and instructions on how to join the Virtual Town Hall in their confirmation email.
Brain Hamilton Foundation
Brian Hamilton co-founded Sageworks, the country’s first fintech and largest provider of software to U.S. banks. He sold the company to a leading private equity firm in 2018. He is also the founder of Inmates to Entrepreneurs, a national program that helps people with criminal records start their own small businesses.
Brian Hamilton co-founded Sageworks, the country’s first fintech and largest provider of software to U.S. banks. He sold the company to a leading private equity firm in 2018. He is also the founder of Inmates to Entrepreneurs, a national program that helps people with criminal records start their own small businesses. Inmates to Entrepreneurs is supported by the Brian Hamilton Foundation, which provides access to entrepreneurship to people who wouldn’t otherwise have it.
Hamilton holds multiple patents for his work in automating financial analysis. He is a regular guest on CNBC and Fox and is regularly quoted in and writes for all major national media publications. He is also a contributor to Inc. and Entrepreneur magazines.
The first in his family to attend college, Brian holds an undergraduate degree from Sacred Heart University, where he served on the Board of Trustees, and an MBA from Duke University’s graduate school of business.