The succession of one racially-driven violent event after the next — Maryland, Missouri, New York, Ohio, and South Carolina — is sending shockwaves across our country and causing widespread civil unrest.
Today, these tragedies continue to pose a very difficult question for all Americans: How do we prevent the next eruption?
Saturday August 1st in sunny Fort Lauderdale, Florida marked the 5th anniversary of the Small Business Matters Entrepreneurship Summit. There were over 400 pre-registered attendees and we had to close the registration a few days early before the conference began.
"Countless women and minority entrepreneurs throughout the Greater New Orleans area can point to a single source for the support and assistance they needed to successfully start and make it in business: The Urban League of Greater New Orleans’ Women’s Business Resource & Entrepreneurship Center.” That was the opening statement for the “Trumpet Award” presentation to Lynnette White-Colin, the director of the Women’s Business Resource & Entrepreneurship Center last fall by the Neighborhoods Partnership Network of Greater New Orleans.
“The Women’s Business Resource Center helped my business to succeed in so many ways… from assisting me to obtain financing to putting me out on social media for my annual Make-up & Martini Mixer at the Essence Festival." - Natashia Paul, CEO Wink!