Please join Intuit and Marshall’s Center for Entrepreneurship and Business Innovation (iCenter) on Friday, May 29 at 1 pm EST via Zoom for our first co-hosted Virtual Prosperity Pop Up hosted by Marshall alums and Intuit team members Brad D. Smith and Mya Linden and Marshall student Kelly Leonard. Keep a lookout in your inbox the day before the event for the Zoom link exclusively provided to Marshall faculty, staff, and students.
What is a Virtual Prosperity Pop Up?
Intuit hosts Prosperity Pop Ups at their Silicon Valley campus where their small business customers come to campus to share their stories and sell their products to Intuit employees. When COVID-19 hit, Linden and her team innovated the Virtual Prosperity Pop Up. The virtual platform allows small businesses to not only share their stories of innovation locally, but across all of Intuit’s campuses around the world. In partnering with the iCenter, Intuit will now be able to share stories of local entrepreneurs in the Marshall community.