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  • 02:18

    Minding Your Black-Owned Business & Panther Powerchat

    in National

    Join us this evening for two shows! First up is "Minding Your Black-Owned Business" at 6pm EST followed by "Panther Powerchat" at 7PM EST. There will be guests and discussion for both shows so tune in live by calling (347)989-0100. To listen to past podcats go to blogtalkradio.com/pantherpowerchat.


     


    Power to The People!

  • 00:38

    What are the Benefits of Running a Family-Owned Business

    in Business

    Join Bill and Rick with their special guest, Daphne Mallory, ESQ., to discuss the benefits and marketing strategies unique to a family-owned business. Once formalized, a family business can lead to not only prosperity in the workplace, but more quality time developing family relationships, as well as emotional ties that forge new commitments of trust between business owner and clients. Daphne Mallory, Esq. is a Contributor for The Entrepreneur Magazine and The Huffington Post, media personality, and international speaker and trainer on Family Business.


    Moreover, her work and life has been featured on ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC, The Dr. Oz Show, Self Magazine, Woman’s Day, Essence Magazine, Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly, Brown Alumni Magazine, and Black Enterprise. She is the talk show host and producer of Family Business with “Daphne” on 103.9 FM KDKI.

  • 02:10

    THE MOCKING BIRD PRESS: BLACK OWNED BUSINESS EXPO

    in Entertainment

    Hosted by Blu Lotus & No Bull


     


    Saturday Jan 16, 2016


    Blogtalkradio.com/universalradio2


    646-787-8180

  • 02:02

    Minding Your Black Owned Business w/Sister Kay Mac

    in National

    Join Sister Kay Mac and Her Special Guests as they discuss Owning and Maintaining your Black Owned Business whether your business is for Profit or Non -Profit you're bound to be educated! So if you're tired of being a consumer and working for others, listen and become empowered to own and maintain your own and work for yourself as you build for yourself your family and the people! The lines are always open for Questions and Answers or feel free to join us in the Chat Room! Powermto the People and Power to Economic Growth in the Black Community! 

  • 00:45

    Women United

    in Politics

    Women have views that matter and that are important.  Each week we share the voice of the African women

  • 00:54

    #334 Entrepreneurs, Women-Owned Businesses, Government Contract Work, Mortgages

    in Business

    Segment 1: John Frazier is a former small business lender who helped foster the U.S. Micro Lending Program and former chairman of a public tech company, who has worked on advocating entrepreneurship and innovation on a global level for over 20 years. His popular NBC News Talk Radio Show–BizBuzz Florida–was a game changer, hailed as “a mentoring program on steroids.” John is working on the launch of a new entrepreneur TV talk show–BizBuzz America–to debut later this year. 


    Segment 2: Julie Weeks is the American Express OPEN Research Advisor and President and CEO of Womenable, a for-profit social enterprise that works to enable women’s entrepreneurship worldwide by improving the laws, policies and programs that support women’s enterprise creation and growth.


    Segment 3: Julie Weeks continued…


    Segment 4: How to Get Unstuck


    Segment 5: Michael Slavin has over 13 years of experience in private capital markets including real estate development, real estate debt investment, and private equity. In 2011, he founded Privlo with the goal of redefining the mortgage industry by building a company that lends the “right” way.


    Sponsored by Sage and Nextiva.

  • 00:45

    Women United

    in Non-Profit

    Women and men need to united for Peace and Justice

  • 00:29

    The Business of Speaking!

    in Business

    Join us today on Women Lead Radio, as Debra Simpson, your host of Speaking With Influence, interviews Sheryl Roush, professional speaker and coach at Sparkle Presentations. If anyone knows the “business of speaking” it’s Sheryl.   


    Sheryl will share some tips on the “business of speaking.” You’ll hear about the best practices in the speaking profession, and what not to do as well. She’s authored several inspirational books, as well as music CDs and speakers’ resources. She’s the “speakers coach.”


    Debra Simpson is your host of Speaking With Influence, a show designed to showcase successful women who use speaking to amplify their message, build their influence and bring more business through the doors.

  • 02:59

    Minding Your Black Owned Business w/ K-Mac /Panther Power Chat (Open Rant)

    in National

    Join Sister Kay Mac as We will discuss Owning and Maintaining your Black Owned Business whether your business is for Profit or Non -Profit you're bound to be educated! So if you're tired of being a consumer and working for others, listen and become empowered to own and maintain your own and work for yourself as you build for yourself your family and the people! The lines are always open for Questions and Answers or feel free to join us in the Chat Room! Power to the People and Power to Economic Growth in the Black Community! 6pm-7pm EST.


    The Movement Won't Move without you! The People Need your Time Your Energy Your Donations! Your Voice is important to us we invite you to speak your mind always! This is live uncensored dialogue where we expect you to voice your opinions and concerns that you may have with the movement and it's Direction join Brother Kevin and our Panel in a open discussion about the State of Emergency our people are in! Bring your voice bring your Ideas! Black Power! 7pm-8pm 


     

  • 00:18

    The Most Powerful Strategy Women Owned Businesses Can Implement to Grow Business

    in Business

    As of 2012, it is estimated that there are more than 8.3 million women-owned businesses in the United States, generating nearly $1.3 trillion in revenue. Many large corporations now understand that it makes good business sense to spend dollars with women-owned vendor firms. Corporate management knows it is good for the public relations and for their local communities, but most importantly for the value they get from the dollars spent with women-owned companies.


    Certification as a woman owned business can help women reach markets they could not reach on their own. Being certified as a Women Owned Business Enterprise matches women with the corporate entities they desire.


    This week I am interviewing my business partner in an exciting initiative we offer to help WBEs prepare themselves for corporate business. Cheryl El-Alf, President of Diverse Supply Chain Partner  is on a mission to help WBE (Women Business Enterprise) executives and their leadership teams to implement the strategies necessary to grow their business within the corporate supply chain. 


    Chery’s background is unique and diverse.  Her knowledge of, and working experience in supplier diversity programs includes the Small Business Administration’s 8A program in addition to Corporate America’s W/MBE programs.   She has mastered the skill of leveraging these programs to not only help the W/MBE businesses achieve their financial goals; but also the Corporate Supply Chain’s diverse spend goals.  She refers to this as a “win-win” situation.


    Join us today to learn about WBE certification and its advantages .The benefits of becoming certified and examples of the impact that using this strategy has had for other women in business.

  • 01:03

    SPIRITUALLY SPEAKING: TEN CITIES FOR BLACK OWNED BUSINESS & BLACK WOMEN PTSD

    in Spirituality

    Columbus, Georgia - with over a third of businesses being black-owned, this vibrant community is home to the aerospace industry, automotive manufacturing, defense, technology and tourism and has an active uptown area full of great restaurants, shops and other small businesses.


    PTSD is a mental disorder, and among the black community, there is a stronger reluctance to seek help for any mental illness. Black women, in particular, are viewed as strong with the ability to overcome traumatic events. An article recently published in Essence Magazine also showed that treating people of color in low-income communities for PTSD is just not a high priority.