Black businesses have been around for a long time, and they're still going strong. But the lack of diversity in leadership and ownership can make it difficult for black businesses to thrive. This isn't just about providing opportunities for Black entrepreneurs; it's also about helping them succeed. Here are five conferences that can help you build your business.
The National Black MBA Association Conference & Career Fair is excellent for networking with other black MBA students and professionals. The conference took place in Houston, TX, and is co-sponsored by the University of Houston.
The event was held on January 24-25th at Westin Galleria Houston. Follow their website to be updated with the next conference schedule.
Black in eCom or eCommerce is the world's largest eCommerce event for black Black Founders, Corporate Professionals, Students, and Solution providers. The event will be held in Atlanta, Georgia by August 17 - 19 2023, Do not miss out on this opportunity to be part of the largest eCom experience for the Black Culture.
The festival, which has been held annually since 1995, is held each June in Harlem. The festival offers a variety of events and activities including readings, panel discussions, workshops and film screenings.
Black Women Talk Tech is a conference for black women in technology, held annually in Atlanta. The event includes workshops, networking opportunities, and more.
If you're looking for an opportunity to connect with other black women in your industry or sector, this is the place to be!
The Annual National Urban League Conference is an opportunity for urban leaders to engage with one another as they share their knowledge and experience in order to help build a more equitable future for all people. The conference provides a forum for dialogue about current issues facing our cities and how we can address them together. The conference also offers workshops on topics such as Economic Development & Sustainability; Community Development; Education & Skills; Health & Wellness; Justice & Law Enforcement; Public Safety & Security; Youth Engagement; Civic Engagement; Youth Empowerment; Arts & Culture.