In his entrepreneurial equality speech, Chris Rabb discusses genealogy and levelling the playing field of business. Using history and his ancestors' stories as an example, the speaker explores how important context is in the determination of success or impact. Noting how commerce was rooted in slavery for a long time in the United States of America, he asks how we can decide collectively on shared values and how we can democratize entrepreneurial activity.
The business equality speech examines how it is easier to build a traditionally successful company if you come from a wealthy background. He dives into why poorer communities struggle to establish sustainable businesses and encourages the audience to support true hard-headed innovators who work hard, regardless of their background.