CapCon (Capital Conference), a conference created and hosted by Virginia Housing and Community Development Corporation (VHCDC), is dedicated to presenting solutions to today’s financial challenges, while showing individuals, families, and small business owners how to succeed – financially. CapCon began in 2005 as a conference where small business owners converged to learn how to access capital and credit and secure myriad financing for their ventures. The current iteration expands the range of financing to include ALL forms of capital, personal and business, as well as wealth building strategies. CapCon challenges financial experts and industry professionals to pull back the covers on their industries and give our guests actionable intelligence – financial hacks that can be deployed immediately following the conference. CapCon2019 is proudly presented in partnership with Communities in Schools of Hampton Roads.
CapTalks – 10am to 2pm
CapTalks, presented in the form of short, powerful talks (12 minutes or less) delivers financial hacks that empower guests to improve their personal finances, build wealth, and finance their small business. Just imagine learning how to dramatically boost your savings, fund your non-profit organization, reduce your business taxes, or purchase foreclosed homes in just a few minutes, not hours. You can learn these strategies and more. Click here for tickets for CapTalks. Click here to see the schedule of talks.
CapShops – 10am to 4pm
Presenters featured at CapTalks will be on-hand to discuss their areas of expertise and provide information on their products and services. Meet with our presenters one-on-one for and get the keys to your future. Signup for services, explore financial products, discover the latest financial hacks. Access to CapShops is included with your admission.
Virginia Housing and Community Development Corporation is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt community development corporation. The empowerment-based mission of VHCDC is being realized through its entrepreneurship, neighborhood revitalization, affordable housing, and wealth building initiatives and its innovative approach to making a difference, in Virginia and throughout our region. Visit VHCDC.org for additional information, programs and services.
About Communities in Schools of Hampton Roads
Struggling students and their families have a hard time accessing and navigating the maze of public and private services. There may be ample resources in a community, but rarely is there someone on the ground who is able to connect these resources with the schools and students that need them most. Through a school-based coordinator, we bring community resources into schools to empower success for all students by removing barriers for vulnerable students at risk of dropping out, keeping kids in schools and on the path to graduation and leveraging evidence, relationships and local resources to drive results. Visit Communities in Schools of Hampton Roads for additional information.