10,000 Small Businesses alumni had the opportunity to learn from leading business visionaries, grow their network of fellow entrepreneurs, and use their voices to advocate with lawmakers about the policies affecting them.
Small business owners celebrate the first day of the
10,000 Small Businesses Summit.
Kim Posnett, Global Head of Investment Banking Services at Goldman Sachs, speaks with Emma Grede, Co-Founder and CEO of Good American.
Chairman of the Goldman Sachs Foundation John F.W. Rogers welcomes
10,000 Small Businesses alumni to the Summit.
Alumni of the
10,000 Small Businesses program network and connect at the opening day’s reception.
Chairman of the Goldman Sachs Foundation John F.W. Rogers and Michael Bloomberg, Founder of Bloomberg LP and Bloomberg Philanthropies prepare to address alumni.
President and COO of Goldman Sachs John Waldron discusses entrepreneurship with NBA Player and Olympian Chris Paul.
10,000 Small Businesses alumni gather at Nationals Park to meet with policymakers.
10,000 Small Businesses alumni enter Nationals Park.
As policymakers meet with small business owners, a sign at Nationals Park welcomes Summit participants.
Small business owners from Florida discuss policy concerns and suggestions with Senator Marco Rubio and Senator Rick Scott.
Representative Maxine Waters hears policy concerns and suggestions from California small business owners.
New York small business owners speak with Senator Kirsten Gillibrand on a panel at Nationals Park.
Senator Mitt Romney meets with Utah
10,000 Small Businesses alumni to discuss policy.