Online Entrepreneurship: The Future of Work

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Take charge of your business

Christopher Kai

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Wednesday, June 17, 2020
Noon-1 p.m. EST

According to a Forbes article the E-Learning space will grow to be a $365 billion industry by 2025. The current & next generation cannot rely on full-time jobs any more to potentially provide them with a lifetime of employment. With the advent of the internet, e-commerce & now e-learning, anyone with a computer, wifi connection & a strong desire for entrepreneurship can create a location-independent business & live, work & travel anywhere the world. Christopher Kai, BS '95, self-proclaimed "the least tech-savvy person you will ever meet," was able to create an online speaker training program using his smartphone & within less than 2 years was able to secure clients in 100 cities, 24 countries and 5 continents. He shows you how to become a successful online entrepreneur in 3 basic steps.

1. How to Start an Online Training Business
2. How to Scale an Online Coaching Business
3. How to Use Social Media to Market Your Business

About Christopher Kai
Christopher Kai, BS '95, is one of the world’s leading authorities in story-based leadership, a Fortune 100 global speaker, #1 global bestselling author, and an online entrepreneur with clients in 100 cities, 24 countries, and 5 continents. He created two highly successful online global platforms that train entrepreneurs and professionals on how to launch a speaking business and master business networking skills. His mainkeynotes are about story-based leadership, team success, sales mastery, relationship building, communication and persuasion. Outside of his business, he founded Mondays at the Mission, the only homeless youth program of its kind in the world. He has authored 5 books which include “Big Game Hunting: Networking with Billionaires,Executives and Celebrities” and “Your Wonder Years: Success in College and Beyond” and has been featured on Forbes. He is a former business strategist at American Express. Elon Musk once exclaimed during an interview, “Wow, you really know a lot.”