NEW YORK, January 2023 Black Women Talk Tech proudly announces ‘Ideas on
Tap: A Pitch Practice Social,’ an electrifying event series igniting the start of 2024 and
celebrating Black History Month! In collaboration with Diageo, this groundbreaking tour
will unfold across four cities plus a virtual component:

  • New York City – January 18
  • Virtual Event – January 25
  • Washington DC – February 1
  • Houston – February 8
  • Chicago – February 20

This pitch social offers a platform for women innovators to showcase their ideas in Food
& Beverage, Hospitality, Green Tech, Smart Cities, and Sustainability.

At ‘Ideas on Tap,’ creativity takes center stage in an environment designed for idea
sharing and refinement. This isn’t a pitch competition; it’s a safe space to let your ideas
brew and receive constructive feedback – no startup needed.

Here’s more on what to expect:

A Pitch Practice Feedback Session: Get valuable feedback from a panel of experts

People’s Choice Award Winner: Get exclusive access to Diageo executives & BWTT
Leadership (1 winner per city).

Networking Opportunities: Network with peers and influential figures in each city’s
tech ecosystem.

Job Opportunities with Diageo: Explore potential career paths in hospitality.

Light Bites & Specialty Drinks and Cocktails courtesy of Diageo: Enjoy signature
cocktails from Zacapa, Baileys Ciroc & Crown Royal.

Get ready to join the movement! Black Women Talk Tech, a powerhouse collective of
Black women tech founders, is your host for this transformative journey. Our mission is
to cultivate, support, and champion Black women in shaping the billion-dollar
businesses of tomorrow. As we expand our global footprint, we’re bringing innovation
and empowerment to cities around the world.

Prepare to be wowed by our lineup of hosts & speakers! Imagine receiving invaluable
insights from luminaries such as Christine Michel Carter, Senior Contributor for Forbes
and Jarrett Albritton, Host of Big Tech Energy Podcast and Danielle Robinson PhD,
Head of Community & Engagement, Diageo . With these influential figures confirmed,
‘Ideas on Tap’ promises an unparalleled experience!

Join us at our inaugural virtual event or in a city near you to have your ideas heard.
Remember, participants must be 21 or older to attend.
RSVP now to secure your spot and be part of this transformative event!

Registration is open via this link. Limited spots available, so act swiftly!

To learn more about Black Women Talk Tech and stay updated on future events, visit and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and


Black Women Talk Tech (BWTT) is a collective of black women tech founders with a
unique understanding of the challenges black women startup owners face and their
innovative contributions. The organization seeks to identify, support, and encourage
black women to build the next billion-dollar business. To learn more, visit Follow BWTT on social media on Facebook, Twitter,
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