The 35th International Conference on Business Incubation (ICBI35) is just around the corner and there’s still time to sign up. Running from April 26-30, this year’s conference will feature relevant, timely, and expert-led content for entrepreneurial support professionals.
Throughout this week-long conference, you’ll learn about the latest industry trends and best practices from thought leaders around the globe, including a talk from the LivePlan team. Build your schedule and view
Proven accelerator models for engaging your local entrepreneurial ecosystem
Interested in exploring how to engage your local entrepreneurial community with proven business accelerator models? Don’t miss LivePlan Director of Business Development, Peter Thorsson’s presentation with Jackie Davis and Brad Rickelman at the InBIA, International Business Innovation Association’s ICBI35 conference.
If you’d like to learn more about how LivePlan can help your program, incubator, accelerator, or classroom engage with entrepreneurs in your community, click this link. And if you’re unable to attend this event, members of the LivePlan team would be delighted to run through best practices and resources with you.
Date: April 26-30, 2021
Sessions: 20+ sessions from 6:30 AM – 2:00 PM PST
- Build your own schedule from the available sessions
- Interact with other attendees in breakout sessions
- Ability to view all recorded webinar content if you sign up for the Premiere or VIP ticket option.
Register to attend or view the full agenda.
About the International Conference on Business Incubation
For 35 years, InBIA’s annual conference – the International Conference on Business Incubation (ICBI) – has been the primary venue for incubation and other entrepreneurial support professionals to share best practices, proven strategies, effective tools, and relevant insights with an audience of peers. This week-long, virtual event will feature:
- Peer-led sessions with actionable strategies and tools
- Discussions focused on confronting challenges and brainstorming new approaches
- Attendee meetings, facilitated as appropriate by computer-generated matchmaking
- Special interest groups to connect people with similar programs
- Curated products and services to help make the job of supporting entrepreneurs easier