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Co-founder and serial entrepreneur,  Joe Kapp is a sought-after national thought leader and dynamic speaker.  Whether serving as a keynote speaker at annual conferences or facilitating large networking events, Kapp's motivational speeches inspire team members and conference attendees to overcome obstacles and achieve greater heights.

 

In 2016, under the Obama Administration, Kapp was appointed by U.S. Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker to the National Advisory Council on Innovation and Entrepreneurship.  As an entrepreneur, Kapp has motivated and inspired hundreds of business owners to achieve more. Kapp has spoken at many organizations including the World Bank, KPMG, Discovery Communications, the US Departments of Commerce, State and the Environmental Protection Agency, among others. 

Lead! Motivate! Inspire! Impact! 

He has served as a keynote speaker for numerous conferences and events including the National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship and the West Virginia Small Farms Conference, to name a few.  Kapp has also coordinated meet-ups and networking at numerous events across the country including SXSW in Austin.

 

Speaking Topics Include:

 

Leadership, Success and Innovation

 

Meeting Facilitation

 

Entrepreneurship, Self Reliance 

 

Money and Personal Finance

 

Mindfulness, Purpose and Intention

 

 

 

 

  • Leadership

  • Achieving Success

  • Corporate and Non-Profit Entrepreneurship

  • Personal Empowerment & Motivation

  • Living With Purpose and Intention

  • Entrepreneurship as Social Justice

  • Farming and Rural Issues 

  • Workplace Excellence

  • Overcoming Obstacles

  • Voluntary Simplicity

  • Money & Personal Finance

  • A Guide to A Life Well Lived

  • Customized Speeches

 

 

Since 2013 Joe Kapp has led Speed Networking Events at SXSW in Austin, Texas.

Kapp delivering a Keynote Speech on Entrepreneurship at the West Virginia Small Farms Conference