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Collaboration Breakfast for Community Partners of Entrepreneurship

  • 36 Degrees North 36 East Cameron Street Tulsa, OK, 74103 United States (map)

Collaboration Breakfast is a monthly community partner event to enhance and advance the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Tulsa, OK.

Enjoy a free breakfast, hear from local community leaders, get a pulse on what's going on in our ecosystem, and connect and collaborate on new or needed initiatives that move our city forward.

This is an intentional time for creative collisions and collaboration within the supporters and influencers of entrepreneurship in our community.

Ever wondered if you were all alone in helping entrepreneurs in our city? Or thought what are the other resources out there I could send entrepreneurs to get additional support? Maybe you don't know what other organizations really do and how you could collaborate or maybe it's that they don't know what you do...

That's why we started Collaboration Breakfast. Now you have an opportunity to connect with other players in the space and work towards a greater goal. 


Breakfast is free, but registration is required.

This is a closed event for the community partners of entrepreneurs. If you have any questions about this event or know of someone who should be in attendance please email Malachi Blankenship at mblankenship@i2E.org.

Breakfast & coffee for January's event is sponsored by i2E.

Main areas of focus for the Collaboration Breakfast of Entrepreneurship Community Partners will be:

  • Corporate Engagement

  • Creative Collisions

  • Investments

  • Local Government

  • Tech Training

  • University Engagement

We will have discussions around the ecosystem and pipeline for entrepreneurs and community partners, but primarily the focus of this initiative is to create an avenue for collaboration to exist in the Tulsa community as it relates to entrepreneurship.

Earlier Event: November 7
TYPros Business Development Crew Meeting
Later Event: December 19
Tulsa Women's Business Breakfast