Welcome to Launch Like a Mogul
Created by Mogul Millennial
Get ready to grind!
In just 6 weeks, you'll learn how to go from idea to a launched business.
You'll learn everything from customer acquisition, to marketing, pitching 101, and more!
Through our series of lessons, AMAs, custom & worksheets, you'll learn from some of the leading Black startup leaders that's ready to teach you the game.
You'll connect with other founders, and get the peer support you need to grow your startup.
We believe that Black entrepreneurship matters, and even more so, that Black ownership matters.
So, we're equipping you with the support and the network you need to level up, and build an innovative business (while making that money).
Our speakers are Black excellence at its finest
Keenan Beasley is the CEO of Supply Factory Brands, Venture Noire, and Sunday II Sunday.
Jasmine Jones is the founder and CEO of Cherry Blossom Intimates, a breast health facility and intimates boutique.
Obi Omile Jr. is the co-founder & CEO of theCut, a tech platform modernizing the barbershop experience.
Chris Ategeka is the Founder & CEO at UCOT, a company created to support and fund early-stage startups creating solutions to unintended consequences of technology.
Sydney Thomas is a Senior Associate at Precursor Ventures and the founder and host of Be About It podcast.
Jose 'Caya' Cayasso is the co-founder and CEO at Slidebean, a venture-backed, multi-million dollar company founded in 2014.
Evan Leaphart is the founder and CEO of Kiddie Kredit and the co-founder of Black Men Talk Tech.
He creates online curriculums for schools, organizations, and families to teach children about the fundamentals of finance.
Jacques Bastien is a serial entrepreneur, college professor, and the CEO of Boogie Brands; the company behind Boogie.co, Shade.co, Nappy.co, and Snappy.
Chisa Egbelu is a native of Baton Rouge, Louisiana and an alum of Rutgers University. He is the cofounder and CEO of PeduL, a scholarship marketplace for students and a diversity recruitment tool for corporations.
Courtney Richardson is an ADCOLOR-nominated and two-time Shorty award-winning creative visionary who serves as Creative Director and Resident CultureExpert for PAPER Magazine.
Tim "Mr. Future of Work" Salau, is the CEO &Co-Founder of Guide, the premier B2B Learning & Talent Development SaaS app for remote teams.
Yaw Owusu-Boahen is a Bain alum & former founder leading inclusive programs at Bubble, a no-code platform.
Previously, he co-founded an equitable hiring platform for digital marketers.
Marjai Roberts is a digital marketing & strategic partnerships professional. Formerly, she was at musical.ly as Head of Music Partnerships & Marketing (later acquired by ByteDance and is now TikTok).
Now, she's the Founder of NuNotions.com, the Yelp of inclusive beauty and personal care product reviews.
Travis Ezidiegwu is an alum of Penn State University, and is the Co-Founder of The Mercer Club, a Y Combinator-backed startup.
Prior to then in college, he created an independent boutique talent management company known as “Porterhaus Management.’”
Gabrielle Deculus is the founder of Business Rules for Women and Saint Josephine Consultants, LLC.
She's spent the past 13 years developing creating marketing and brand strategy campaigns as a founder and consultant for top brands.
Dr. Tye Caldwell is the Co-Founder & CEO of Shearshare, and Courtney Caldwell is the Co-Founder and COO.
ShearShare is a venture-backed, B2B marketplace that connects salon and barbershop owners to stylists to fill their empty space on demand.
Lessons in entrepreneurship built #forusbyus
Explore some of the topics you'll learn
Building your MVP
You may feel like you have the best biz idea ever, but you need to get customer buy-in very early. The last thing you want to do is waste time, money, and energy building something that nobody wants. This lesson will teach you how to bild an MVP (minimum viable product) and get feedback from your target audience.
How to get customers
Getting your first customer is hard, but getting repeat customers can be harder. In this lesson, you'll learn all about acquiring customers, and also will get some expert advice in how to retain them.
In the early days, you'll be pitching employees, customers, partners, investors - literally everybody and their mama. In this lesson, you'll learn from a pro on how to perfect your pitch.
If it doesn't make money, it doesn't make sense. In this lesson, we're going to get to the real on how to approach monetization for your biz, and best practices that every founder should know.
How long is Launch Like a Mogul?
Launch Like a Mogul is a 6-week series built for Black founders.
What will I get with Launch Like a Mogul?
In this 6-week series, you'll learn how to build a winning growth and monetization strategy for your business. You'll be taught how to build a MVP, get traction for your business, develop a launch strategy, monetize, and so much more! Each week, you'll receive a new lesson, and will have access to virtual Ask Me Anythings (AMAs).
Who will I learn from?
Black startup and tech leaders such as venture-backed founders, venture capitalists/angel investors, and more have joined Launch Like a Mogul to put you up on game.
What's the cost?
It's free! We've connected with startup leaders that want to see you grow so they're taking time out to give you the keys to success.
How will I access the series?
The Launch Like a Mogul series will be stored in a private portal. Once the 6-week series is over, you'll have access to the lessons forever.
Who should apply?
Early-stage Black founders or aspiring entrepreneurs that want to take their biz idea to the next level. Maybe you've had an idea for a while but can't figure out how to proceed. Or maybe you've launched your biz, but you're not getting the traction you need.
If this is you, pull up!