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Former Vee-Jay Executive's Son visits entrenuity

March 11, 2021
Calvin Carter joined Vee-Jay Records, founded by his sister Vivian Carter and her husband, James Bracken, in 1953 and became its principal A&R man and producer. In 1954, Vee-Jay moved to Chicago and eventually opened on "Record Row" at 1449 S Michigan Ave. 
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Mox.E collaborates for tech equity

March 11, 2021

Tech entrepreneurship in Chicago is an unequal playing field, and underestimated tech founders are not given the opportunities and access (to networks, capital, and information) necessary for success. 

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ENTRENUITY IN THE NEWS

March 11, 2021

Entrenuity's relaunch of Mox.E Coworking and Overflow Coffee in the former home of Vee-Jay Records in the South Loop got the attention of local news stations, including:

In addition, Entrenuity's President, L. Brian Jenkins, has been a recent special guest on several radio shows and podcasts, including:

Coming up soon, Brian will be interviewed by:

  • FWD MAGAZINE
  • “THE LEGACY PROJECT” RADIO - WFIL
  • FOX SOUL - “THE BOOK OF SEAN” SHOW
  • CRAIN’S BUSINESS - CHICAGO
  • CHRIST & POP CULTURE
  • SAVOY MAGAZINE (TENTATIVE)

Stay tuned for more links and airdates!

Natalie Martinez with NBC 5 Chicago interviews Brian Jenkins in Overflow Coffee.

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JoAnn P. Soderquist

March 11, 2021

CONFERENCE ROOM DEDICATION

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Capital Matchmaker Event

March 10, 2021
On January 21st Entrenuity hosted the Mox.E Capital Matchmaker Event–a bi-annual event that identifies high-growth businesses founded by Black, LatinX and Women entrepreneurs. This event was particularly exciting because we ran the virtual production from inside the new Mox.E Coworking space.
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