As an eager entrepreneur, you probably already know that tomorrow, May 4, kicks off the 2016 Black Enterprise Entrepreneurs Summit (ES), at the Loew Hotel Miami, Miami, FL. This year’s summit is ‘Where Innovation Meets Capital.’
What this means is that there will be a collection of executives, entrepreneurs, creatives, venture capitalists and investors all in one place looking to collaborate in order to take business—your business, to the next level.
A roadblock for many entrepreneurs is not knowing the strategic next steps to take given your current stage in your entrepreneurial venture. Next steps are often the most crucial, as it could mean trotting closer to or further away from your end goal.
The 2016 Black Enterprise Entrepreneurs Summit walks you to and through the steps of entrepreneurship from where you are now, to where you ultimately aspire to be.
Check out these ES next-step sessions below:
May 5, 11:45 a.m. – Driving Sales Using Social Media
Hosted by AT&T, this session is perfect for those entrepreneurs who have a solid product or service in place but are looking to gain social media engagement to promote their business. Entrepreneurs CEO, Tyler New Media and Creator of BlackandMarriedwithKids.com, Lamar Tyler; CEO of Canada Enterprises, Reuben Canada; CEO and Founder of Hispanicize Media Group, Marry Ruiz; and Director of AT&T Public Relations, L. Michelle Smith, will be teaching you how to use email/online marketing and social media to drive sales and revenue.
May 5, 3:15 p.m. – Fast Track Your Startup
If you’re just starting out or you’ve started but you could use insight, collaboration and momentum, attend this session with Founder & CEO of LISNR, Rodney Williams; Founder & CEO of Kairos.com, Brian Brackeen; and Director of Community Partnerships and New Business Development, American Underground, Jesica Averhart, Â to learn how accelerators, tech hubs, and co-working spaces can educate, connect and inspire you.
May 6, 10:00 a.m. – Navigating Your Niche: Making Big Bucks in Specialized Markets
Miko Branch (co-founder of Miss Jessie’s LLC) will join Richelieu Dennis ( CEO Sundial Brands), Diishan Imira (CEO & Founder of Mayvenn, Inc.), and Jane Carter (Founder & CEO of Jane Carter Solutions) to offer candid advice on branding, innovative marketing, and other strategies to help you thrive in competitive niche markets. This conversation could provide the missing link that gets your business to the next level. Take advantage.
There is much to gain at the Entrepreneurs Summit, and these sessions are just the beginning. Find out more and REGISTER NOW to meet us TOMORROW, May 4, through Saturday May 7, at the 2016 Black Enterprise Entrepreneurs Summit, Loews Miami Hotel, Miami.
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