Does your business need automation? We got you! We cover that, the importance of your circle, digital dating vs. IRL, what jobs will no longer exist in 10 years and what the workforce of the future will look like.
On this episode, we chat with Renee King, the founder of FundBlackFounders to understand why it's a good idea for Black Founders to consider traditional crowdfunding. We cover entrepreneurship stereotypes, mistakes people make on social media and the hottest new technology to hit the market in 2020.
We took a brief hiatus but, we are back with an all-new co-host! Entrepreneur, Doctor Dapper is bringing his unique perspective to the airwaves. We are talking Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Tech, Fashion and so much more. 2020 is gonna be fire!! Tap in.
Credit maven, Christia'n Annice teaches us the importance of business credit and I’ll share with you how I got my personal credit score to jump up 50 points putting me in the 700 Club in less than two weeks.
We’ve heard from investors who are out here killin’ the game but, that’s one side of the coin. On today’s show, we'll hear from an investor-in-training and she’ll give you a glimpse of what it’s like to become a Venture Capitalist. Additionally, I'll teach you how to get your problem(s) solved almost immediately if you ever encounter issues with a major corporation.
Former NFL player, Chase Minnifield takes us on his journey from the league to growing a seven-figure tech company as a non-technical founder and you guys... why in the world did my Instacart shopper steal my groceries... ooohh technology
On this episode, we do a business audit with the founder of Broke and Fab giving her the steps to grow her business using Instagram and I also teach you how to directly confront your entrepreneurial fears.
On this episode we chat with Anndrea Moore who fills us in on how she's been able to hold down jobs at the largest tech companies in the world, all while getting a business degree from Harvard, starting her own tech organization, and learning how to become an investor.
On this episode, entrepreneur Esosa Ighodaro explains how she was forced to shift gears when confronted with competition from a major tech company and yours truly will discuss the importance of the entrepreneurial mindset.
We catch with Blavity co-founder Jon Jackson and discuss what it meant for him when he left the company that he helped create and what you should do to prepare to exit if you're having similar thoughts.
On this episode, we catch up with former NFL player, Mike Brown who takes us through his startup journey and he teaches us how to get in on the ground floor of startup investing so we can make that tech money and I’ll let you know why with high risk comes high reward - https://republic.co/win-win
On this episode, we’ll hear from Vernell Woods, the founder of Moolah Mobile and he'll explain to us how he had over a million users on his platform, a major celeb as an investor and business partner and yet, he knew it was time to take his business in a different direction.
Abu Fofanah, the lieutenant of marketing, teaches individuals how to promote their products and services and turn them into profitable businesses using Facebook Ads and I will tell you what my experience has been like being part of his marketing accelerator.
The best of Entrepreneurship Advice, Part 2 of the series. I give you tips on how to gamify your life to produce more productivity, how to embrace and deal with failure, and I answer all of your questions from the Gram.
This is a collection of Entrepreneurship Advice that our audience has gravitated to the most from past episodes. I give you tips on becoming an influencer marketer, how to approach brands to get them interested in spending money with you, how to practice patience, and why it's important to have a business accountability partner. Stay tuned for Part 2 of the series.
We’ve got special guest, Jason Geter, a longtime business partner of Clifford "T.I." Harris, co-founder of Grand Hustle Entertainment, Strivers Row, and now Tech Investor under Tech Cypha and Khady Thiam Gueye who many of you may know as Akon's little sister but, she's got some big things bubbling up on her own.
We chat with Pretty Ricky's, Spectacular Smith about how he built his company Adwizar, and DJ, Investor and Influencer, Mick Batyske teaches us how to connect with brands and the power of relationships.
Founder Michael Ellison talks about why he's so passionate about getting students involved with coding through his venture Code Path and how he got Facebook to make a $1 Million investment, plus Sequoia answers more of your Q&As.
We teach you where to place your marketing dollars, according to Brand and Facebook Ads expert, Leisha Langston, we'll hear from founder, Bruce Hamilton, about his platform that allows you how to build apps with no coding experience and we’ll help you understand what NOT to do as a first time entrepreneur.
Two formerly incarcerated individuals, Marcus Bullock and Victor "Divine" Lombard, both turn their entrepreneurial skills from a negative into life-changing positives. We'll understand why business accountability partners are a must and we'll catch up with a special guest about his experience dealing with dating apps.
Military veteran turned self-made millionaire and serial entrepreneur, Roc Ryder, tells us how he uses combat tactics to teach entrepreneurship, we’ll hear from an ex-NBA publicist who teaches women to switch, pivot and quit their careers to transition to a more fulfilling lives and... do I hear Wedding Bells? We’ll give those special couples who are ready to walk down to aisle tips on the best ways to plan that special day.
Producer: Tawala Sharp
We chat with affiliate marketing expert, Priest Willis Sr., who helps us understand how to make money through affiliates and why Kim Kardashian is actually considered an affiliate marketer herself, we’ll jump into how to outsource aspects of your team and tasks in order to scale if you’re a solo entrepreneur and we catch up with former NFL Player, Ryan Mundy and talk about his transition from the league to tech.
Attorney, Jaia Thomas helps us get our business legal right, you’ll find out what you need in order to launch your company the correct way, and Dr. Ally is back helping a couple of callers get the most out of their digital dating game.
Jason Mayden, the man who made the Nike Monarch the highest-grossing shoe in Nike’s history, shows you how to close the wealth gap, and Dr. Ally delves into the world of mental health and brand identity.
Investor, Marlon Nichols talks about Venture Capital and gives feedback to a budding entrepreneur. We play digital Truth or Dare with Jay Ellis aka Lawrence from Insecure and we chop it up with Dr. Peace Amadi about online dating and the new swipe culture.