4. Erika and Chris Lucas - StitchCrew

62 minutes

Erika and Chris Lucas are the founders and owners of StitchCrew, a business accelerator that links entrepreneurs and new companies to capital, resources, and social networks to assist in the development of Oklahoma’s innovation economy.

StitchCrew is a founder-first organization that was born out of an understanding that nobody builds a company alone. They believe that the fastest way to close wealth gaps and achieve economic mobility is by increasing the participation of traditionally overlooked entrepreneurs.

In this episode, Erika and Chris discuss what it takes to build a strong entrepreneurial community, StitchCrew’s partnership with the Oklahoma City Thunder, and the struggles founders often face as they work to turn their vision into a reality.

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