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Empowering Female Entrepreneurs: Boss Summit Taking Back 2023 In A Major Way!

Updated: Oct 12, 2023

As we step into a new era, it is crucial to foster an inclusive society that celebrates diversity and provides equal opportunities for everyone. In the realm of entrepreneurship, empowering women from Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) communities is more important than ever. September 2023 presents an incredible opportunity to take back the narrative and pave the way for BIPOC women entrepreneurs in a major way. By supporting and uplifting these talented individuals, Boss Summit® can catalyze positive change, promote economic growth, and create a more equitable future.

Historically, BIPOC women entrepreneurs have faced significant barriers and systemic challenges. These include limited access to capital, lack of representation and mentorship, and bias in business ecosystems. However, by actively addressing these issues and implementing initiatives to level the playing field, Boss Summit® creates an environment that supports their success.

Financial resources are vital for entrepreneurial endeavors. Governments, organizations, and venture capitalists must increase funding opportunities specifically designated for BIPOC women entrepreneurs. This can be achieved through the establishment of grants, micro-loans, and angel investment networks that focus on supporting underrepresented communities.

Mentorship plays a pivotal role in shaping female entrepreneurs' journeys. Establishing mentorship programs that pair experienced BIPOC women entrepreneurs with aspiring ones fosters guidance, knowledge transfer, and networking opportunities. Additionally, creating supportive communities and networks where individuals can connect, collaborate, and share resources is crucial for their growth and success.

Representation matters. By actively promoting positive role models and amplifying the stories of successful BIPOC women entrepreneurs, we can inspire future generations and dispel the notion that success is limited to a specific demographic. Media outlets, conferences, and industry events should prioritize diverse speakers and panelists, ensuring that all voices are heard and valued.

In order to empower BIPOC women entrepreneurs, it is essential for Boss Summit®: The Ultimate Women’s Business Retreat to provide them with the necessary tools and resources to thrive in a competitive business landscape.

Integrate entrepreneurial education programs tailored to the needs of BIPOC women entrepreneurs into school curricula, vocational training, and community centers. These programs should cover foundational business skills, financial literacy, marketing strategies, and technological proficiency. This is why

Boss Summit® will open our first Community Hub in Cleveland, Ohio in the Fall of 2023. By equipping aspiring entrepreneurs with the knowledge and skills required

to succeed, we can empower them to overcome challenges and seize opportunities.

In today's digital age, technological proficiency is crucial for entrepreneurial success.

Governments and organizations should invest in programs that provide BIPOC women entrepreneurs with access to technology, training, and resources. By bridging the digital divide, we can empower these entrepreneurs to leverage technology as a powerful tool for growth and innovation.

It is essential to celebrate the achievements of BIPOC women entrepreneurs and create platforms that showcase their success stories. By doing so, we can inspire others and foster a culture that values and supports their entrepreneurial endeavors.

Boss Summit® brings 13 dynamic business entrepreneurs to Kissimmee Orlando, Florida to pour into inspiring women. This powerhouse lineup consists of:

Dr. Teneka Steed, CEO of The Willene Agency, Kay Moye, CEO of Moye Creatives, Regina Johnson, Financial Wealth Advisor and Co-Lead for ATL For(bes)BLK, Executive Funding Strategist, Ernestine Chambers, CEO of UpSkill Etc.,

Ohavia Phillips, In-Arena Host for the Charlotte Hornets and Media Maven for all things Television, Sports and Entertainment, Creative Writer, Chief Storyteller and Word Architect Simone Garvey-Ewan, CEO of Sage Reeds Media, Erica Montcrief, CEO of Views Crew, a Social Media Management company. Master Life Coach,

Edna McCants, CEO of The Soul of Me, Branding and Marketing Guru, Gracie Franco, CEO of GMF Brands and Bossae Lashes, Content Creator, Markela Tarrance, Chatejah George, owner of C&C Movie Film Studios and joining us virtually via Zoom all the way from The Gambia, Africa is Branding Strategist Maryam Sherif and visionary Crystal Bailey, CEO of Crystal Bailey Productions.

Establish prestigious business awards and recognition programs specifically designed to honor the accomplishments of BIPOC women entrepreneurs. These platforms provide visibility, credibility, and financial support to those making a significant impact in their industries. Boss Summit® awards one deserving women a $1,000.00 Scholarship to help supports their business endeavors or further their education. A second $500.00 Scholarship was donated from Ms. Tabatha Lumley, CEO of Pantheon Transportation (Buffalo, New York)..

Encourage collaborations and partnerships between established businesses and women. Remember, creating a major impact requires sustained efforts and collaboration. By actively working to support and uplift BIPOC women entrepreneurs, you can help foster a more inclusive and equitable entrepreneurial ecosystem in 2023 and beyond.

Boss Summit® will be held September 19-22, 2023. We are currently SOLD OUT!

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