Black Businesses Supporting Black Businesses: Investing in Each Other - Marcus Samuelsson, Chef & Restaurateur and Melissa Butler, Founder and CEO of The Lip Bar"Get some inspiration to keep the faith in your business. ESSENCE Editor Rachaell Davis interviews Chef & Restaurateur Marcus Samuelsson, and Melissa Butler, Founder and CEO of The Lip Bar. Topics include: the importance of building your network, reinventing your value proposition to connect with customers, how to take care of your team when hard times hit, plus more.
Business Development Masterclass: Nicole Valentine, Esq. - CEO, Synergy - Corporate attorney, business strategist and global dealmaker Nicole Valentine walks viewers through strategies to help business-owners remain agile during some of the most challenging times.
Caroline Wanga, Chief Culture, Diversity & Inclusion Officer, Vice President Human Resources, Target Corporation - ESSENCE's Caroline Wanga shares insights on guiding your organization. Topics include: Adapting to different business strategies, how culture fuels strategy and decision-making, and working in partnerships that align with your values.
What Black Businesses Need To Know Now Sekou Kaalund, Head of Advancing Black Pathways, JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Christopher Hollins, Managing Director, GM Cash Management – Chase Business Banking JPMorgan Chase & Co. - ESSENCE Editor Marquita Harris holds a conversation about what black businesses need to know and ways to pivot your business during this challenging time with Sekou Kaalund, Head of Advancing Black Pathways at JPMorgan Chase and Christopher Hollins, Managing Director, GM Cash Management. Topics include: ways to build wealth, black entrepreneurship, and personal finance mistakes to be aware of.
A Fireside Chat on Economic Mobility Robert F. Smith, Founder, Chairman and CEO of Vista Equity Partners and Richelieu Dennis, Founder & Chair, Essence Ventures - Robert F. Smith, Founder, Chairman and CEO of Vista Equity Partners and Richelieu Dennis, Founder & Chair, of ESSENCE Ventures conduct a fireside chat about economic mobility on how to properly spend resources, the age of a digital economy, and the change in global productivity.
Closing the Inequality Wealth Gap with Sekou Kaalund and Mara Schiavocampo - With unemployment on the rise and small businesses on the brink of closure, our community is in urgent need of financial resources, education and support. JPMorgan Chase's Sekou Kaalund has a candid conversation about economic empowerment within the Black community. During this conversation, he will reveal ways for Black men and women to stay financially conscious in these challenging times.
Raise your voice with influential thought leaders and change agents as they educate and equip our communities to stand fearlessly in the fight for our future. From the latest on the 2020 election to empowering our communities politically, economically, and spiritually, we are getting vocal about all the hot-button issues you don’t want to miss during this virtual town hall.