The Engagement and Inclusion Summit (EIS 2018), is an opportunity for underconnected businesses to learn about entrepreneurship and innovation, key points of capital access, and how to engage their local community to maximize business potential.
The Greensboro Community Development Fundand presenting Sponsor Wells Fargo are for the second year partnering to deliver this outstanding opportuntiy to the Piedmont Triad community.
We will host multiple dynamic panels that include national, and regional leaders in addition to local corporations and small business owners in the respective spaces identified. Including and marketplace and networking social during and post event.
Who Should Attend?
Small Business owners
Contractors and Suppliers
Corporate Social Responsibility Leaders
Goverment and Municipal Employees
Chamber of Commerce Professionals
Grass Roots Economic Organizers
People Curious Entrepreneurship
Champions for Entrepreneurship
Tuesday, October 16, 2018
11 am-5 pm
GTCC Cameron Campus
7908 Leabourne Road
Colfax, NC 27235
Nailah’s Shea is an all natural Shea butter-based beauty and body care product line. Our products are hand-crafted and made with the finest all natural and certified organic ingredients. Know that when you purchase Nailah’s Shea’s beauty and body care products you are giving back to our global community ethically and sustainably. Our mission is to educate and advocate to the global community that beauty comes naturally by using the natural resources that surround us. Nailahs Shea can be found at several locations throughout NC.
The company Founder and CEO is Camilia Zuleikha Majette. Born in Washington, DC and raised in a small town in North Carolina called Ahoskie. She holds a Bachelors of Arts degree from NC A&T State University in Journalism and Mass Communications and a Master’s in Medical Health Services Administration from Strayer University. In addition, Camilia has won the Greensboro Chamber of Commerce 2018 Minority Small Business of the year.
Nailahs Shea is Sponsoring a Small Business Skincare Spa Box to provide one lucky attendee with some soothing Self Care. Visit their website and join their list to get 10% off your order.
Donna Jones set as Keynote Speaker for Juneteenth: The Color of Commerce A Celebration of Black Businesses in the Triad on Monday, June 25, 2018 from 6-8 pm at the International Civil Rights Museum located at 134 S. Elm Street, Greensboro, NC 27401.
Donna is a State Farm Agent and the owner of Donna M. Jones Insurance Agency, Inc. in Winston Salem, NC. She and her team are committed to understanding the needs of their customers and making it easy to understand their options for protecting themselves, their families, and their businesses.
Donna is a graduate of Howard University with a Business degree in Insurance. She has over 15 years of experience in the insurance and financial services industry. She is an active part of the community serving on the Advisory Committee of the Small Business Center at Forsyth Technical Community College; on the boards of The Women’s Fund of Winston Salem and Family Services, Inc.; a member of the 2016 Class of Leadership Winston Salem; past President of the Howard University Alumni Club of Winston Salem and the Triad; Run Lead for Black Girls Run of Winston Salem, and various other business and community organizations in Winston Salem. She is a skilled workshop facilitator who is passionate about helping individuals, families, and business owners understand the role insurance plays in building wealth and providing protection from the unexpected.
Guilford Nonprofit Consortium presents
Tech Thursday: Charitable Solicitation Licensing for Nonprofits, Thursfay, June 21, 2018 12-1:30 pm at the Nussbaum Center for Entrepreneurship located at 1451 S. Elm Eugene Street, Greensboro, NC, 27406.
Generally, any organization or person that intends to directly solicit contributions in North Carolina, or intends to hire a person or business to solicit contributions in North Carolina, must first obtain an appropriate license for CSL. Organizations must renew their licenses each year to maintain licensed status. You will hear from Gail Eluwa, MBA Director Charitable Solicitation Licensing, NC Department of the Secretary of State, about requirements and steps to be in compliance.
Register to attend for free at https://www.ncsbc.net/workshop.aspx?ekey=230380133.
Office Evolution provides a flexible professional work-space for businesses & entrepreneurs with office space, conference rooms, and flexible co-working space!
Greensboro has been part of the green movement for over 50 years, and they’re here to help local entrepreneurs and professionals put a little more “green” in their pockets.
Here are a few things you can expect from our Office Evolution location serving the Greensboro area:
Private Office Space:
This brand new Office Evolution location offers several fully furnished offices. With our flexible options, you’ll be able to rent an office space for as little or as long as you need. Office space options include:
One of the best options for those who want an office space where they can focus and get work done.
External offices are perfect for a couple of things. They are a great way to impress your clients, and they’re also a great place to put your “nose to the grindstone” and drive your business forward.
Perfect for the “upon occasion” meeting, interviewing, contract signing, or need to impress. Rent the temporary office space for as little as 15 minutes or all day long. The flexibility is yours.
One of the most flexible and dynamic options available – truly built for today’s booming businesses. The Professional Plan Plus comes with professional phone answering, conference room access, coworking access, a locking mailbox and much more…it’s truly a great option.
For a remote worker, the kitchen table and coffee shop can seem like an affordable workspace option, but the benefits of working in a professional office can’t be matched, especially with the additional resources we offer.
To show their commitment to the Black Business Community in the Triad Office Evolution will be giving away 2 One Day Passes for a business owners that attend Juneteeth: The Color of Commerce! You MUST be present to win. Spread the word!
The Greensboro Community Development Fund presents Juneteenth: The Color of Commerce A Celebration of Black Owned Businesses in the Triad on Monday June 25, 2018 from 6-8 pm at the International Civil Rights Center & Museum 134 S. Elm Street, Greensboro, NC 27401.
Aspiring, new, and established business owners, you are strongly encouraged to come out to this event to grow your network and catch up with some old friends. Take this opportunity to meet Small Business Resource Partners, learn about upcoming events, and find out what GDCF can do to help you grow your business.
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Attendees should enter at the bottom parking lot entrance in the back of the building.
We are jump starting Women’s History Month off with a salute to #GlowGetter Jeanne Holmes. She is an HR consultant in the #Greensboro area. She uses her experience as a Human Resource Management #Professional and a University Professor to offer data-driven solutions to your workplace challenges. Whether you need training, a keynote presentation, or expert #HR advice, Jeanne can help you optimize your outcomes.
She is #WINNING because she works in a field she is passionate about and helps others find solutions to improve their workforce outcomes. Holmes is an Assistant Professor of Management and independent consultant in the Piedmont-Triad area. Her research interests include organizational conflict, impression management, disability management, unethical workplace behavior, and veterans in the civilian workplace.
Prior to graduate school, Jeanne’s professional experience included employee relations, organizational change management, training & development, and workforce planning. In addition, she has served as a certified mediator in the North Carolina criminal and family court system, served as a presenter on various HR issues, and assisted in the creation, training, and evaluation of alternative dispute resolution systems.
As a public speaker, Jeanne has spoken to intimate groups as wells as large auditoriums on a variety of topics including HR practices, conflict resolution, and pedagogy. In addition to profession-related engagements, and has served as a motivational speaker to other groups.
Follow her and connect at https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeannejohnsonholmes!
If you would like to be featured please submit your info at http://bit.ly/BGWFeature!
#BrownGirlsWinning #GlowGetter#SmallBusiness #Entrepreneurship #Brand#BrandStrategist #Branding #Comment #Tag #Like #Repost#LadyBizness #GlowGetIt #risingtidesociety#collaborations#communityovercompetition
MELINDA FARGIS has owned Action Travel for over 27 years. A native of Burlington, she was raised with a work ethic of service to others – as well as a passion for travel. She was still a child when the wanderlust first struck.
Melinda spent her college years in Southern California, where she studied the travel industry; thus, a Travel Agent was born. She earned her CTC (Certified Travel Consultant status) and opened Action Travel in 1990.
Melinda has traveled to more than 35 countries and more than half of the United States. She’s been a Certified Sandals Consultant and has received several Destination Specialist designations. Speaking to groups, escorting international trips, sharing personal experiences, and first-hand suggestions is her special joy.
Follow her page at https://www.facebook.com/ActionTravel
Find out more about booking your next vacation with Melinda at http://www.actiontravelinc.com
Register to attend the Glow Get It Women in Business Summit at https://www.ncsbc.net/workshop.aspx?ekey=10380008