Providence Friends Capital’s Martin Hunt makes donation to the Harvard Business School African-American Alumni Association George P. Baker Minority Scholarship.
Providence Friends Capital Managing Director, Martin Hunt, applauds ICCC webinar for entrepreneurs.
Providence Friends Capital’s Managing Director, Martin Hunt, attends Delaware First State Angels’ first event. http://www.delawarebusinesstimes.com/angels-network-gives-early-stage-investors-push/
Providence Friends Capital backs Knowledge-Express.com in its expansion of e-knowledge products focused on business history and expanding its landmark research on minority business in the United States.
The Providence Friends Capital Foundation funds a research initiative to document the over 300 year history of the Hunt family in America. The initial focus will be a 1787 property in Sparta, Georgia, still owned by the Hunt family, and exploration of the Planter class Hunt which were prominent throughout the South and early West.
Providence Friends Capital Managing Director, Martin Hunt, hears Allen Petricof’s thoughts on Unicorns.
Providence Friends Capital back Knowledge-Express.com eBook efforts in history.
Providence Friends Capital believes that the Internet of Things(IoT) is here to stay.
Harvard Business School’s African-American Student Union hosts Ken Chenault at their conference.
Former President of the Harvard Business School Alumni Club in Philadelphia, Martin Hunt, is the Harvard Business School African-American Alumni Association(HBSAAA) Ambassador to the city. As a lifetime member of the HBSAAA, Martin is thrilled to continue his volunteerism in this new role.