Innovate or die is the spirit as we play nationally and locally in business. This communication is to request that you consider joining us for a few days next month, April 21 and 22, for whatever time works for you.
Day one of MOBE (Marketing Opportunities in Business & Entertainment), our new baby ready for birth after 9 months of planning, is called Independent Education Narrative: HBCU and Beyond, on April 21. We’re addressing the critical state of public education, and we are blessed to have one of our MOBE alum, SherylLee Ralph, star of ABC’s #1 show, Abbott Elementary, who will be opening our Thursday, 4/21 all-day virtual session. The bonus is that before April 1 you get both that day and our 30th Anniversary Marketing Opportunities in Business & Education advanced marketing symposium the next day, Friday, April 22nd. Some of the more interesting attractions include my fireside chat with TV Mogul, Byron Allen, and a TED Talk-line session with the financer of the Broadway hit of last year, Thoughts of a Colored Man, and my favorite, a discussion entitled: Consequences and Opportunities of Being Black and Male.
Registration is $47 for both days and you can go in and out to our booths, the MOBE Exchange vendor fair, a Black book session and there’s music and celebration. After all, it’s our 30th Anniversary. visit the website to register or check out who accelerated their successes during the course of our work over the past 30 years, and meet the new young leaders on our team.
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