State of Black Business Preview
Why Should You Attend the 2021 ByBlack Conference?
Join James Winston, president of The National Association of Black Owned Broadcasters (NABOB), and Ron Busby, Sr., president and CEO of the U.S. Black Chambers, Inc. (USBC) for the State of Black Business Preview: Why Should You Attend the 2021 By Black Conference? moderated by Skip Dillard, VP, National Community Partnerships WBLS/HOT 97 NYC, Wednesday, September 8, 2021 at 2:00 p.m. EST.
In a groundbreaking partnership, NABOB and USBC joined forces in 2020 to create the inaugural By Black Virtual Conference. This historic virtual event offered attendees and participants the opportunity to gain tools of empowerment from top industry leaders on the latest strategies to grow black business, black chambers and black owned broadcasters.
President Winston and President Busby, Sr. kicked off this 3-day online event with a powerful conversation moderated by Ed Gordon which addressed the systemic issues and challenges facing black entrepreneurs and black broadcasters. Topics discussed during this insightful dialogue included the pandemic’s tragic impact on black business ownership, limited access to capital and discriminatory policy regulations to name a few.
The 2021 By Black Conference takes place Oct. 13- 15, 2021 at the MGM National Harbor Resort & Casino in Oxon Hill, MD. Attendees will have the flexibility to customize their in-person or virtual experiences to access sessions in-person, live-streamed online, or viewed on-demand after they’ve posted. Registration for the 2021 By Black Conference is OPEN at ByBlackConference.com! The in-person experience will be limited to 150 guests and proof of vaccination is required at the time of online registration.
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