Post your BUSINESS/Events for just a CUP OF COFFEE, and we can share it with our 100,000+ Urban Professional AUDIENCE that range in age mostly from 25-45 and are 65% Female making at least $30K and live and like nice things!
If you have a small business and a large entrepreneurial spirit, check out the Black Enterprise Conference in Chicago starting today and running until Saturday, May 26th.
Black Enterprise Entrepreneurs Conference and Expo Details:
May 23-26, Hilton Chicago in Chicago, Illinois
Small business, big business, it’s ALL business.
Join 1,500 entrepreneurs, corporate executives, and professionals.
I have one discount registration available. Email me at SingleGirlSummer@gmail.com for details.
Below are some full circle tips from Alfred Edmond Jr. at Black Enterprise for all business owners who understand the Law of Attraction. If you want to be prosperous and maintain prosperity, then make it a point to do the following:
1) Spend money with other entrepreneurs in your network. Don’t expect them to provide you with free products and services. Purchase products from them because every business needs sales growth and profits to thrive.
2) If you are connected on social media networks, endorse their products and services and post recommendations to their profile. Send them customers every chance you get with positive word of mouth and virtual mentions.
3) When you come across a business opportunity that isn’t right for you or you can’t get, pass it onto someone in your network. The next best thing to you getting the business is someone you know getting it – and having you to thank for it.
4) If you discover that a large corporation or government is looking to expand its pool of minority vendors, don’t keep the information to yourself. Share with others so your fellow vendors and aspiring suppliers look to you as a source for valuable information and support.
5) Be a resource and provide support for younger entrepreneurs. Help them to make the connections and find the customers they’ll need to thrive.
6) Instead of tossing out business cards that seem to have no value to you, pass them onto others who could benefit from those contacts.
7) Don’t just network for yourself. Play matchmaker and connect people who can help each other.