2010 Entrepreneurs Conference: Top Takeaways On Twitter
Black Enterprise Magazine September/October 2018 Issue

CNN Legal Analyst Sunny Hostin was among the panelists who gave #BEEC attendees something to tweet about.

The Black Enterprise Entrepreneurs Conference had Twitter on lock down. From Lisa Nichols‘ presentation on how to pitch your idea to inspiration from the BE Next panel to legal strategies with Sunny Hostin, participants at #BEEC absorbed enough information to go back to their cities and build up their businesses with confidence. Following are some responses from a tweet I (@newsgyrl) sent last week, asking participants to reply with their top takeaways from the conference.

@talentdiva: @newsgyrl Never give up on your dream. Don’t be afraid of technology. Define your brand before others do it for you. #beec 2:00 PM May 17th via mobile web

@SkeeStylus:@newsgyrl take aways from @2motivate “U have a right 2get frustrated. U have a right 2get tired but the responsibility 2keep going! #BEEC 3:01 PM May 17th via twidroid

@newsgyrl another 1″Doubt… you have no seat at my table.” -Lisa Nichols #beec <yes YES! U can not entertain business w/ fear in ur heart 3:09 PM May 17th via twidroid

@webbusiness: @newsgyrl Takeaways of the day: 1) Small things matter. 2) Perseverance is not an option. It’s a requirement. 3) Fear is a dream killer. 3:51 PM May 17th via web

@AhmadThames: @newsgyrl my top takeaways were the info I received about @the_cashflow, Lisa Nichols’ SNAP technique and a connection w/@AlfredEdmondJr about 20 hours ago via Seesmic

@msjenniferbrown: Awesome BE Next Panel feat. @the_ybf’s founder Natasha Eubanks. She advised entrepreneurs to read “7 Habits of Highly Effective People” #BEEC

@DerrickmLane: 20-something Acension Aircraft CEO, J.Larkins, biggest hurdle was receiving #hatemail for being a young success. #Really? Wow. #BEEC

What I’ve noticed w/these entrepreneurs is that they all created their business from what they LOVE to do. #Message! #BEEC via Tweed

“There is no reason to feel uncomfortable in any business mtg if you know your brand, category, & market” #DoYourResearch #BEEC

@CamiCakes: @blackenterprise Conference Best Business Investment made this year! Love Sis Inc and Legal Strategies w Sunny Hostin! @TennilleSmBiz #BEEC

For more tweets about the 2010 Black Enterprise Entrepreneurs Conference, use the search terms #BEEC and #ECC on Twitter.

Marcia Wade Talbert is a staff writer at Black Enterprise.

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Marcia is a multimedia content producer focusing on technology at Black Enterprise Magazine. In this capacity she writes and assigns stories to educate readers about social media; digital integration; gadgets, apps, and software for business and professional development; minority tech startups; and careers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). In 2012, she received two Salute to Excellence Awards from the National Association of Black Journalists and was recognized by Blacks in Technology (BiT) as one of the Top 10 Black achievers in the tech arena for 2011 at SXSW in Austin, Texas. She has spoken about technology on panels for New York Social Media Week, at The 2012 Rainbow/PUSH Wall Street Summit, as well as at Black Enterprise’s Entrepreneurs Conference and Women of Power Summit. In 2011, SocialWayne.com chose her as one of 28 People of Color Impacting the Social Web, and through crowdsourcing she was listed as one of BlackWeb2.0's/HP's 50 Most Notable African American Tastemakers in Social Media and Technology for 2010. Since taking on the role of Tech editor in September 2010, she has conceived and produced five cover stories on Technology and/or STEM and countless articles, videos, and slideshows online. Before joining BlackEnterprise.com as an interactive general assignment reporter in 2008, she freelanced with Black Enterprise beginning in 2003 while working as the technical editor at Prepared Foods magazine. There she further honed her writing skills and became an authority on food ingredients, including ingredients used in food fortification and enrichment. Meanwhile, her freelancing with Black Enterprise and BlackEnterprise.com helped her stay current on issues pertaining to the financial and business welfare of African Americans. As a general reporter for Black Enterprise she attended and reported on the Democratic and Republican National Conventions, where she interviewed Valerie Jarrett, senior advisor and assistant to President Barack Obama and U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder. Marcia has a Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture with an emphasis in food science from the University of Minnesota, and a Master of Science degree in journalism from Roosevelt University in Chicago. En route to her secondary degree, she served as the editor-in-chief of the Roosevelt University Torch, a weekly, student-run newspaper. An avid photographer and videographer, Marcia is one of several employees at BLACK ENTERPRISE who interned for the publishing company as a college student. She lives in New Jersey with her husband, a food scientist; her seventeen-month-old daughter; and “The Cat”, but still considers Chicago home.

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