E4C Entrepreneurs E4C focuses on three primary populations of entrepreneurs: Veterans, Green and Social Businesses, and those who find themselves operating within marginalized communities. We would love for you to meet some of our recent entrepreneurs and watch and listen as they present their brief business elevator pitches. And if you are interested and can find a way to contribute to their success, we would love for you to contact us directly and we will connect you to them. These are an amazing group of dedicated and hardworking entrepreneurs, and we think each and every one of them is certain to succeed, especially with your help.
In this section you will find the Profile pages and Elevator Pitchs of our Entrepreneurs. Simply click on the names below to bring up their profiles. Each profile page gives you the Personal story of the individual Entrepreneur plus an overview of their business and links to invest in or donate funds to their projects.
LA Green and Social Business Entrepreneurs
Our Green and Social Business Entrepreneurial Workshop benefited through the sponsorship and association of the USC Credit Union, The Episcopal Credit Union, Pacoima Development Credit Union, Green Business Networking, HubLA, the University of Southern California, and the Valley Green Team.
Green and Social Business Entrepreneurs from Entrepreneurs4Change entrepreneurial workshop share their elevator pitches with an introduction by E4C Founder and CEO Ron Schultz.
At our most recent Veteran’s program, our partners included Junior Achievement of Southern California, the Valley Economic Alliance, the Valley Economic Development Center, The Army National Guard, the Sepulveda Vet Center, the California Employment Development Departments, Canoga Park and the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans Association.
Entrepreneurs4Change Veteran Entrepreneurs deliver their elevator pitches with an introduction by E4C Founder and CEO Ron Schultz.
Ireland Program Entrepreneurs
Our program in Dublin, Ireland, engaged entrepreneurs and trainers from five separate organizations: SICCDA (South Inner City Community Development Assocation), JobeCare, The National Travelers Money Advisory Board, Dublin Simon and the South West Wexford Community Development Program.
In addition to these sponsoring organizations, we have also partnered with Social Entrepreneurs, Ireland, Business in the Community, Ireland and Inner City Enterprise, with special assistance from a select core of faculty from Trinity College, Dublin.
Irish Entrepreneurs from the first International Entrepreneurs4Change entrepreneurial workshops held in Dublin - January 2012 give us their elevator pitches.
Pilot Program - Union Rescue Mission
In Phase One of our Entrepreneurs4Change program with the Union Rescue Mission and Pepperdine’s Palmer Center Micro-Finance Program, all Entrepreneurs completed a 14-week Micro-Finance Program offered through Union Rescue Mission. Once an Entrepreneur has completed that program, an executive summary of the business he or she wants to launch was placed on this web site.