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Dominique Huff is a professional business builder and journalist who speaks and writes critically on various affairs through Dominique Huff Enterprises. As a business builder, he demonstrates the value of having a robust infrastructure and sustainability. He has taken several clients from being scatterbrained to investor ready. Within the realm of journalism, his bylines are on pieces for niche markets such as Greater West Atlanta, small businesses, and men’s issues. 
As a media pioneer, he is the brains behind concepts such as Home Rule News (Greater West Atlanta), Dominique Magazine (Men’s News and Issues), Businessnomics (Small Business News), and if that’s not enough, the Metro Student Center (National Student Newspaper). Huff recognizes that the media landscape is evolving into niche focused publications and the readers appreciate the coverage of topics that matter to them. The outlets pride themselves in being the first and often, the only to report on the matters. 
Having studied, Planning and Economic Development at Georgia State University, he is able to put his studies to work through his founding of the Intown Business Coalition and Atlanta Southwest. Through hosting and coordinating various events, entrepreneurs are able to glean essential skills, build their network and grow their business within the Greater Southwest Atlanta region. Atlanta Southwest is the steering organization for the proposed improvement district for Greenbriar Mall.
At an early age, Dominique knew he wanted to create a legacy and leave an impact on whatever he did. He doesn’t believe in sitting around complaining, he takes action as he’s not going to wait on government nor ask permission from elected officials to fix neighborhood matters

 

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