I was interviewed by Kim Jacobs last month for launch of Affirmations for a Woman on a Mission Journal I co-authored. The conversation quickly shifted to importance of having a marketing strategy and what that looks like for someone without a team!
Take a listen below. If you’re short on time start at 21:31!
I had the honor of being interviewed by The Couple-preneurs Show! In our conversation I share about how I manage a 9-5, marriage, and entrepreneurship simultaneously. Click The Couple-preneurs Show to hear how I show up for all three!
My SEO Coach is hosting a FREE online 5-Day Content Challenge! Akilah of Girl Get Visible is showing brands, businesses, and organizations how to create content that converts. I’ve personally used her strategies and processes and have experienced much success with conversions. This challenge kicks off on NOVEMBER 1st. Click join the challenge to sign up!
Our visionary and workshop facilitator Tonya Cross has had the pleasure of interviewing two amazing Black women entrepreneurs and they both rock locs! The conversations are posted on our sister blog Accessory Diva.
She got a chance to meet and chat with fellow woman entrepreneur Camille Brown of Hazel’s Soapery. Check out their conversation at Accessory Diva to learn more about Camille, her brand story, and natural products she create.
She also had a sit down with Kimberly Watson of Kimmie Jean. During the exchange Kimberly shares about her entrepreneurial journey and gives advice on launching an online boutique. Click chat to read more!
Do you know any amazing naturals in business? If so, mention their names in comments.
The winner of our Salisbury-Rowan Black Business Pitch Contest was Kari Johnson of K’s Kicks! Our winner received a monetary, service, and media package that was provided by local black owned businesses and organizations. Because of our community’s generosity, we were able to provide a service package for all contestants! Our other contestants were Sierra Watkins of SieBration Bar and Destiny Stone and Daniel King of The Music House Inc..
Kari is a lover of all things creative. Music, writing, and art are passions of hers. She is a 2007 graduate of Livingstone College with a Bachelor’s degree in English. She hopes to continue growing her business K’s Kicks as well as writing her Children’s book series Dallas Does based on her 6 year old daughter.
Kari began K’s Kicks in 2018 after personal projects she shared online were praised and people began to inquire about her work. She realized that everyone has a pair of shoes they aren’t ready to part with that she is able to bring back to life. Over the course of a year through social media and word of mouth, a buzz has began in the Rowan community as well as other places about her work. Her ultimate goal is to be able to focus 100% on her business and partner with schools in the community to provide shoes to students each year.
Tonya Cross – Visionary of The Vine Event Planning
Black Business Pitch Contestants – SieBrations Bar, K’s Kicks, and The Music House
The Vine Events has partnered with some amazing local black owned businesses and organizations to host a Black Business Pitch Contest! The final round of the contest is Saturday, January 18th at 2pm EST at Mission House, 120 Statesville Blvd, Salisbury NC 28144. This is a FUBU (For Us By Us) event. We have pooled our resources together to offer pitch winner both monetary and service package all provided by black owned businesses.
The community is invited to attend. Come prepared to cheer on the contestants and shop with local black vendors. Join us in sowing into our community and empowering each other!