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Join Carl Brown and Delegate Herman Taylor during an invigorating session on state legislation that affects minority businesses.
Delegate Taylor was born in Silver Spring, Maryland. He has held many offices and serves on many boards to include: President and Chief Executive Officer, Deskmate Office Products, 1989-. Past member, Business Council and Finance Council, Democratic National Committee. Past member, Silver Spring Redevelopment Steering Committee. Past member, Maryland Advisory Board, Capital Bank; Advisory Board, FCNB Bank. Past member, Executive Committee, Wall Street Project, Rainbow Push Coalition; Board of Directors, National Coalition of Minority Businesses. Board of Directors, Smithsonian Anacostia Museum; Center for African-American History and Culture. Board of Trustees, Washington Adventist Hospital Foundation (past president); Olney Theatre; Boys and Girls Club of Greater Washington; The Arc (formerly Association for Retarded Citizens). Named one of 50 Leaders of Tomorrow, Ebony, 1995. Top Forty under 40 Award, The Washington Metropolitan, 2002. Excellence in Education Award, State Department of Education, 2003. Legislator of the Month, Center for Policy Alternatives, 2004. Public Service Award, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, 2008. Legislator of the Year, Washington DC, Building and Construction Trades Council, 2008. Member, St. John the Baptist Catholic Community Church, Silver Spring.
Join us as we explore today's challenges, issues, and successes of minority businesses. Learn about the certification process (DBE and MBE), government contracting, sussession planning, compliance, monitoring, legislation, disparity studies, and a host of other exciting topics. The show will be hosted by Carl Brown, Executive Director, Center for Minority Business (CMBD), and Dennis Smith, Director of Technical Assistance, CMBD, and business experts that work with minority businesses.
The Center for Minority Business
Development (CMBD) provides local
minority business leaders with the
ancillary skills and political business insight
needed to build successful enterprises.
Established through a $5 million grant
from The Peterson Companies, the
CMBD is designed to help minority
enterprises in Maryland’s Prince George’s
County build the capacity to compete.
We aim to narrow the participation gap
between minority and non-minority
owned businesses in the County by
providing Local Minority Business
Enterprise (LMBE) leaders with access to
relevant educational programs, business
development and assessment tools,
counseling, and mentoring programs
that facilitate sustainable growth.
Hosted by Ronda Barber, publisher of OhioMBE We will discuss topics of interest to Ohio's small and minority businesses. The show will highlight upcoming business networking and training events, provide business tips and feature special guests
Musician, shaman, and author Francis Rico Hayhurst combines ancient and modern shamanic wisdom with a irrepressible advocacy for having fun and enjoying life – assisting his clients, students and fellow adventurers in awakening to the gift of their lives. He will be sharing his experience with collaboration in the music business and how it is indeed possible for all to prosper and thrive. Join us for this enlightening and inspiring show
During the past half-century, police violence against African Americans—at once, both grotesque and routine—sparked two great Los Angeles riots and other instances of civil unrest. In recent years, the protests against these police killings have taken the form of movements to reform police practices and change the nature of police training, as well as the composition of the police forces themselves. These movements, however, have yet to engender a nationwide call for police reform until now. Efforts are under way to increase the percentage of minorities
Studies show that while African-American police officers are much like their white counterparts in arrest rates, their presence enhances the credibility of the entire police force within the black community.
Joining us tonight for this discussion is retired Houston Police Officer Kavin Brown. Also Joining us is retired New York Police Officer Greg Mosley. Greg Mosley is the President of Operation Unite, which aims to develop a pool of minority candidates that are able and willing to take advantage of openings for police officers.
LET'S GET READY TO EVOLVE INTO HIGHER CONSCIOUSNESS...
Rabiah Sutton, SBC Industry Chair, discusses an exciting event for small business leaders.
Mike Payne, the Product Manager for Presenter at ClearSlide,talks about bringing team members together.
Successful small business leaders, experts, accountants, lawyers and other specialists offer advice, guidance, strategies and suggestions to help small business managers increase profits, add sales, better manage cash flow, improve employee management and streamline operations.
Tune in for another broadcast this week as we address the issues affecting health and wellness and disparities in the minority community with Dr. Vera Stevens of Abundant Life Health & Fitness Center.
Are You Social Selling Your Business?
Social Media isn't just for kids anymore. It's a powerful strategy for every small business owner and entrepreneur. It's no longer an option. It's a way to attract talent and customers, help you sell your products and ideas, and establish your credibility and authority in your market space. Experts refer to it as Social Selling your business.
If you connect with your target market using social media to promote your product or service, you're Social Selling. Join Rick & Bill and learn 3 simple tips to help you leverage the power of social selling your business.
Did you join an mlm? Do you make jewelry? Are you an online marketer? No matter what you do for your main home business, you need to create multiple streams of revenue. We will talk about why and we'll give real world expamples of how you can add other revenue streams to what you already do.
You’re starting a new business and aren’t sure whether it should be a corporation, or maybe just a partnership, or even a proprietorship?
If a partnership, what type? A general partnership? A limited partnership? A professional limited partnership?
If a corporation, what type? An S corporation? A C corporation? Or maybe, an LLC?
The alphabet soup gives you a headache and it’s tempting to put off a decision because getting your business off the ground is a lot more fun.
Hanna Hasl-Kelchner, Esq., ivy-league trained business expert and strategic lawyer, explains why delaying this important decision could be one of the biggest business mistakes you can make. You’ll also discover the essential factors you need to focus on when picking your ideal business structure so that you can create a foundation that will support the business of your dreams.
Hanna is a best-selling author whose ground-breaking book, The Business Guide to Legal Literacy: What Every Manager Should Know About the Law, is cited by Wikipedia to highlight the bottom line value of legal literacy. She also the co-author of the best-seller Champions: Knockout Strategies for Health, Wealth, and Success From Today’s Leading Experts and founder of the Legal Leverage Academy.
Everything we think, say and do, runs on energy! What energy are you showing up with in your home business? Let's talk about showing up with your highest self!
Commit to habits and routines. Helter skelter won't get you there!
Remove ALL distractions. Know what to spend your time doing, You will be surprised to see how many time wasters are killing your home business.
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