8 Responses to #FOCUS100: Black Women’s Tech Conference Becomes Trending Topic

  1. Chika Uwazie says:

    Great way to summarize the whole event. I am sure all the women that attended the event can say Focus 100 was a gold mine of information.

  2. fudgemd says:

    As an African American business owner and professional I would have loved to have known about and attended this event. I find that when you provide a quality service or product, and are in the right location, you can do well. I find the challenge for me is that I am so busy, that I can’t get the time I need to do the research I need to do to take me to the next level. I need another physician, marketing expertise, web development, etc., but most importantly, I need these things without loosing my shirt to those who might take advantage.

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