Berkshire Black Economic Council &
Team R3SET Present

SUCCeSS Is for Everyone

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what you need to know about SUCC3ss

What is the BEC Idea Jam? 

The BEC Idea Jam is a gathering for black community members to connect, share ideas, and collaborate to further black empowerment and economic advancement in Berkshire County.

 

When is the BEC Idea Jam? 

The BEC Idea Jam will be held Thursday, March 12th in Downtown Pittsfield at Framework Coworking Space.  The event will start at 5 pm and run until 8 pm. 

 

Why an Idea Jam? 

An Idea Jam is a community-focused, design-thinking session to gain rapid insight into the community. It creates a guided experience to discover current challenges and inform potential solutions to existing challenges around a specific area of focus, aligns current and future initiatives, and encompass those findings into a full report for community members and community stakeholders. 

 

Impact of BEC Idea Jam 

The ideas captured and connections made at this event will help positively impact the planning and execution of a Berkshire County Black Economic Council Agenda. 

 

The idea jam will unearth the unique needs of Black business owners and community members providing a runway to create the right types of resources, opportunities, and programs to help those businesses thrive. 

 

key features

What is the BEC Idea Jam? 

The BEC Idea Jam is a gathering for black community members to connect, share ideas, and collaborate to further black empowerment and economic advancement in Berkshire County.

When is the BEC Idea Jam? 

The BEC Idea Jam will be held Thursday, March 12th in Downtown Pittsfield at Framework Coworking Space.  The event will start at 5 pm and run until 8 pm. 

Why an Idea Jam? 

An Idea Jam is a community-focused, design-thinking session to gain rapid insight into the community. It creates a guided experience to discover current challenges and inform potential solutions to existing challenges around a specific area of focus, aligns current and future initiatives, and encompass those findings into a full report for community members and community stakeholders. 

Impact of BEC Idea Jam 

The ideas captured and connections made at this event will help positively impact the planning and execution of a Berkshire County Black Economic Council Agenda. 

The idea jam will unearth the unique needs of Black business owners and community members providing a runway to create the right types of resources, opportunities, and programs to help those businesses thrive. 

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THE Hosts

Organizers

Black economic council

The BEC Team – Steering Committee Members

 

John Lewis Co-founder; R3SET Enterprise, SP3AK EASY 

 

AJ Enchill District Aide, Senator Adam Hinds 

 

Shirley Edgerton Honorary Doctorate of Humanities at Massachusetts College of  Liberal  Arts, Consultant  

 

Warren Dews General Manager at The Greenville Pioneer, CEO, Country Club Barbershop and Cigar Lounge

 

Auric Enchill Sales Manager, Elegant Stitches 

 

Alfred Enchill Manager, President, Elegant Stitches 

 

Chad Robertson Owner; Elementi Foods, Secretary NAACP, Berkshire County Branch

Devin Shea Cofounder; R3SET Enterprise, SP3AK EASY

 

Patrick Danahey Cofounder; R3SET Enterprise, SP3AK EASY 

 

 

important things

You’re all set! It’s all covered by the sponsors.

Just bring yourself!

need to know

  • time: 120 minutes
  • Event Type: Closed Idea Jam
  • Location Framework Coworking
  • group size: up to 60 people

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