Major Black Business Development Resource SummitFRIDAY, June 13th at CSU
"In our ongoing presentation of "operational unity" on the issue of creating, sustaining, and increasing Black business, National Black Wall Street Chicago is pleased to help promote and recruit for this major capacity building event for new and existing Black business!! Congratulations to The Illinois African American Family Commission for convening this most important collaboration PROVING that there are INDEED real Access To Capital and other direct resources SPECIFICALLY help to create, sustain and increase Black Business!!"
Mark S. Allen, Chairman, National Black Wall Street Chicago
The Illinois African American Family Commission has partnered with Chicago State University’s Illinois Small Business Development Center (SBDC) to equip business owners with the necessary tools and best business practices to start and grow a business.
IAAFC and SBDC will launch this business development series by hosting a business summit that will bring experts in various business disciplines together to share their knowledge, expertise and resources with individuals seeking to start, sustain or grow their business.
This event is free of charge and will be held on FRIDAY June 13, 2014 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm at Chicago State University – 9501 S. King Drive - in the 4th floor Academic Library on the on campus. Refreshments will be provided. Online registration is required! SPACE IS LIMITED.
Click the link below and enter the following invite code to register: CEDG355
Attendees include: State and local elected officials; 100 - 150 small businesses; representatives from the Department of Commerce & Economic Opportunity and the Illinois Black Chamber of Commerce; Commissioners from the Illinois African American Family Commission; and a host of other investors and funders.
Please feel free to contact Ms. Onie Riley at (312) 326-0368 for more information.
Chairman & COO National Black Wall Street Chicago (Rev. Willie T. Barrow Consumer Education and Consumer Action Project)
Founder/Lead Organizer, Illinois Voter Restoration Civic Education Project
Chief of Staff to National Chairman, National Black Wall Street USA
"And The Ordinary People Said" News Blog, www.chicagonow.com
Chairman, Community Reinvestment Organizing Project
Listed in 2012 Edition Who' Who In Black Chicago
4655 South King Drive, Suite 203
Chicago, Illinois 60653
(Office) 773-268-6900 or direct 773-392-0165 The Rev. Al Sharpton calls Mark Allen "one of Chicago's legendary political activists and one of the best organizers of his generation"