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Business 2 Business: It Takes A Village

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Tonight's topic is: "Business 2 Business": It Takes A Village!

Join Ms. Jennefer Witter, CEO and founder of The Boreland Group Inc. (TBG), an 11-year-old boutique public relations agency that focuses on corporate and executive visibility.  She is also the author of "The Little Book of Big PR: 100+ Quick Tips to Get Your Small Business Noticed."  Ms. Witter was named one of the nation’s "10 most successful black CEOs and entrepreneurs" (http://bit.ly/1ci2Bdg). 

Also joining us is Father Jim O'Shea, Executive Director of the Vernon Avenue Project, Inc./Reconnect Brooklyn, an intiative whose mission is to engage young people for the purpose of choosing a positive life path through entrepreneurship, education and service. Learn more: http://bit.ly/139uSn7.  He’s also social worker, community organizer, Executive Director of the Vernon Avenue project, Inc., lecturer with Cornell University and Founding Director of Churches United Corp.

Over the last few weeks, we have been talking with small business owners.  This segment will focus on how small businesses can benefit from a community of supporters, including other businesses with whom they can establish a business-to-business relationship where they exchange products, services, or information between one another, rather than just between consumers. It takes a village to acquire the level of success that sustains a business and stimulate growth in that business as well as the community.

 

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