A weekly event for local entrepreneurs to meet and present their startups to the thriving peer network of founders in St. Paul. The coffee is highly encouraged.
The International Khmer Assembly is a 501(c3) non profit that promotes the arts, culture, and contributions of the Cambodian genocide survivors to the mainstream. One of the key initiatives is the National Khmer Legacy Museum in St. Paul.
To identify the factors that can lead to cycles of depression and abuse in single mothers and their children. We seek to provide the women we seek with the skills necessary for them to create a stable and supportive home for their families.
Every week, entrepreneurs present their startup companies to their communities and learn how their community can help support their business to flourish.
The organizers are independent licensees of the 1 Million Cups trade name and are not affiliated with the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation ("Kauffman"). All information, views, opinions and commentaries presented herein are those of the organizers and not those of Kauffman.