New York, NY, April 05, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Black Entrepreneurs (BE) Summit returns for the fourth year and second time to Microsoft’s New York City Headquarters on April 7th. The event will be an immersive and invaluable experience taking place during an action-packed half-day of engaging workshops, panels and keynote presentations from some of the brightest and most successful Black entrepreneurs in the city.
Past participants have included Vera Moore, CEO of Vera Moore Cosmetics as well as Karen Tappin-Saunderson, Founder of Karen’s Body Beautiful. Ms. Moore and Ms. Tappin Saunderson are both native New Yorkers who have been able to navigate the requirements of big retail to have their product lines carried in Duane Reade and Target, respectively.
Panel topics this year include: “How to Build an Irresistible Brand,” “What It Takes to Grow To A 6-Figure Business and Beyond,” and “The Power of the #BuyBlack Movement.” BE Summit panelists come from a variety of industries and will be sharing their wealth of knowledge with attendees.
"I am looking forward to sharing my journey & hope to inspire the audience to continue their entrepreneurial journey. Faith. Grind. Inspire," says this year’s Keynote Speaker Dr. Jean Alerte, an award-winning entrepreneur.
Tickets for the event are available on the BE SUMMIT website at: http://bit.ly/besummit2017. General registration tickets are $50 but can be purchased at a 20% discount with code: “SUMMITVIP”. Vendor tables and sponsorship opportunities are also available.
The Black Entrepreneurs Summit serves as the catalyst for savvy black marketers, businesses, and entrepreneurs around the city to easily build the strategies, relationships, and expertise they need to rapidly accelerate business growth.
The event is organized by fellow entrepreneurs Shayne Spencer of Think Work Media, Kendra Webb-Scott of Ideazio Inc, Nicole McGarrell of Sunny Day Marketing and Petia A. Bradshaw of The Stylista Group.
For more information on Black Entrepreneurs Summit, please visit besummit.org or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org