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Start Small, Go Big Contest

Started this discussion. Last reply by Toynga Sep 14, 2011. 3 Replies

Hi ladies, FYI. Start Small, Go Big ContestWhat: Calling all entrepreneurs. DailyCandy and InkSM…Continue

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Help A Reporter Out (HARO)

Started this discussion. Last reply by LaTersa Blakely Jun 18, 2011. 7 Replies

Hi, Does anyone else subscribe to HARO? What has been your experience? Have you ever gotten in touch with a reporter to help her out? Did…Continue

Celebrity Endorsements For Your Business

Started this discussion. Last reply by Vonetta Booker-Brown May 25, 2011. 2 Replies

Happy Wednesday BBWO Team! I'm sure most of us already know the story of how Will and Jada Smith and Mary J. Blige gave the Carol's Daughter brand the push that it needed to catapult from successful…Continue

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Help A Reporter Out (HARO)

Hi, Does anyone else subscribe to HARO? What has been your experience? Have you ever gotten in touch with a reporter to help her out? Did that PR help your business out? I was on it for a while but didn't really use it. I wasn't taking the time to read the queries and respond to them. I'm trying to make it a point to do so now and wanted to hear from others if it was worthwhile. For those who don't know HARO, it's essentially a listing…See More
Feb 27, 2013
HOUSTON MCMILLER replied to Michelle D's discussion 'Minority and Women's Business Enterprise Certification'
"You have to have your business properly registered first. Check out our website to learn how to do that properly. http://gboogie.net Building Business Credit Gboogie America Inc. request your Tax ID(EIN) number, and your Dunn and Bradstreet (DUNNS)…"
Nov 18, 2011
Jeanne A. Mamdu replied to Michelle D's discussion 'Minority and Women's Business Enterprise Certification'
"Wow, I started... there were terms I was not familiar with an although I have been in business for a while. I have not made much money. A litttle embarassed aboth the numbers... I need to start the process again. Have you completed the form?"
Oct 26, 2011
Ten Nebula left a comment for Michelle D
"Peace and light, MichelleIt is great to have meet you and it is nice to be in like-minded community. I hope your life and your business is blessed and filled with abundance, light, ease, and happiness.Stay well,Ten Nebula Join our "10 Million…"
Aug 28, 2011
Denise Rhones replied to Michelle D's discussion 'Minority and Women's Business Enterprise Certification'
"sounds like a plan"
Jul 29, 2011
Denise Rhones liked Michelle D's discussion Minority and Women's Business Enterprise Certification
Jul 29, 2011
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Jul 4, 2011
Michelle D replied to Michelle D's discussion 'Start Small, Go Big Contest'
"Welcome!"
Jul 4, 2011
Katrina M Harrell replied to Michelle D's discussion 'Minority and Women's Business Enterprise Certification'
"We're starting our certification process now...NMSDC certification opens you up to national opportunities and also the NC state HUB certification."
Jul 2, 2011
greta replied to Michelle D's discussion 'Minority and Women's Business Enterprise Certification'
"I have not gone through certification, but I plan to within the next six months.  I hear that it is a very important step, toward getting your business into stores and getting recognized.   www.hairbesilk.com"
Jul 2, 2011
Michelle S. Hawkins replied to Michelle D's discussion 'Start Small, Go Big Contest'
"Thank you for posting this."
Jul 1, 2011
A discussion started by Michelle D was featured

Start Small, Go Big Contest

Hi ladies, FYI. Start Small, Go Big ContestWhat: Calling all entrepreneurs. DailyCandy and InkSM from Chase are kicking off the second annual contest to give your cool, quirky company-on-the-rise the chance to cultivate a national name. Why: Winners gain access to DailyCandy’s trove of emerging-biz expertise, plus unparalleled financial guidance from Ink from Chase (…See More
Jun 30, 2011
Michelle D posted a discussion

Start Small, Go Big Contest

Hi ladies, FYI. Start Small, Go Big ContestWhat: Calling all entrepreneurs. DailyCandy and InkSM from Chase are kicking off the second annual contest to give your cool, quirky company-on-the-rise the chance to cultivate a national name. Why: Winners gain access to DailyCandy’s trove of emerging-biz expertise, plus unparalleled financial guidance from Ink from Chase (…See More
Jun 23, 2011
LaTersa Blakely replied to Michelle D's discussion 'Help A Reporter Out (HARO)'
"And I followed your how to find customers online to a science.  Everything you told me to do , I did it and then some. You are awesome Lashanda.  I wish you continued success with everything. BTW, i love haro, i get emails everyday on…"
Jun 18, 2011
LaTersa Blakely replied to Michelle D's discussion 'Help A Reporter Out (HARO)'
"yes, i subscribed to it and I think it's a great way to show your expertise. I have written several articles in response to my niche or industry.  I think you should give it a try. Let me know if you have anymore questions."
Jun 18, 2011
LaShanda Henry replied to Michelle D's discussion 'DreamIt! Funding for Startups Led by Minority Entrepreneurs Enter by July 8 for a chance to gain access to financing and other resources'
"This is a great resource. I will feature in the next BBWO newsletter. Another grant/funding resource is The Cash Flow Organization created by 100 Urban Entrepreneurs - they give $10,000 grants to entrepreneurs -…"
Jun 14, 2011

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Why do you want to join Black Business Women Online?
To network with like-minded business savvy women
What's Your Business?
EVERYTHING Interracial and Intercultural Group, Inc.™ is designed to be the Library of Congress for EVERYTHING Interracial and Intercultural™. Under the logo Made in The World™, we create eco-conscious stationery and apparel. We also develop practical workshops regarding trans-racial adoption, multiracial identity development, multiracial relationship building, and positive self-esteem and body image. All of our products and services embody our motto “Because Interracial [enter word] doesn’t have to be so serious.”
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Made in Haiti. Bred in Brooklyn. I'm a late 20s social entrepreneur who believes in making a profit to make a difference. As we are starting out, 2% of our profitable revenue will be used as donations to support Foster Care and Adoption, Education and Mentoring for social and economically disadvantaged youth, Sexual Assault Awareness and Education, as well as providing Entrepreneurial Opportunities for minorities. As we grow, our goal is to significantly increase the percentage donated.
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At 4:43pm on August 28, 2011, Ten Nebula said…

Peace and light, Michelle

It is great to have meet you and it is nice to be in like-minded community.

I hope your life and your business is blessed and filled with abundance, light, ease, and happiness.

Stay well,
Ten Nebula

Join our "10 Million Lightworkers for Financial Freedom" Project - http://10millionlightworkers.wordpress.com/

At 8:11pm on June 15, 2011, Daveia Odoi said…
Hi Michelle, I just saw your comment. Sorry for the late response but I was at the stationery show. Talk about sensory overload! Had a lot of fun though. Did not attend the awards but did walk through the floor presentations. Hope to have my own booth next year.
At 5:29pm on May 18, 2011, Tee Michelle Porter said…
Thanks, that is exactly my vision.  I will have the first book next week and my illustrator is working on my series as we speak!
At 7:09pm on May 17, 2011, Kandace Wilson said…
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At 9:33am on May 16, 2011, Felicia Corbett said…

Hello and Welcome to BBWO.

I look forward to connecting and networking with you.

 

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