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HBCU-Inspired Business Conference set to happen in Atlanta, GA September 10-12, 2021 

HBCU-Inspired Business Conference set to happen in Atlanta, GA September 10-12, 2021 

Mastermind event for Professionals and Black-owned business owners set to host transformational live training from September 10th through the 12th makes history in less than two weeks. Virtual and In-Person Tickets are expected to sell out and are available for purchase at the official website at https://www.comingtoatl.com. Powered by the Founder of Black Pretty and Paid, Jalynn Jones, Jones is a graduate of a Historical Black University and a Black Greek-lettered Sorority Member. Inspired by her college and entrepreneurial experience, she applied the HBCU theme to the event to increase awareness of two essential pillars in African American communities – The HBCU and BlackOwned Business Sustainability. Over 100+ HBCU Homecomings happen each year. Thousands of affluent alumni return to their college campuses to celebrate the excellence of their Alama Maters, the achievements they accomplished while being students, and the long-lasting personal and professional friendships created while earning their degrees. September’s conference will replicate the highly anticipated traditional experience that HBCUs plan every year while connecting entrepreneurs from all over the nation that identifies as proudly black-owned.

The importance of this conference is evident in global data reporting 8 out of 10 black-owned businesses fail within the first eighteen months of opening because of a lack of information. Additionally, according to Forbes, Black women are the fastest-growing group of entrepreneurs in the United States, while the failure rate is still at an alarming high due to access to capital or strategic business planning. The Black Entrepreneur Homecoming Experience serves as a wealth gap stimulator and statistic buster to help black entrepreneurs thrive in digital spaces by sharing networking opportunities and live interactive sessions on sales, marketing, business growth, funding resources, social media strategy, passive income investments, and tax strategy. Headlining Speakers: Jalynn Jones, Terdawn Deboe, Audria Richmond, Mario Armstrong, Connie S. Falls, Pamela Booker, Marquel Russell. Sponsors: Meeting Shields LLC, Barter Black LLC, Fashion Impact Experience, and Ms. West Creative Coaching & Consulting. Vendors: Adu Clothing, De Novo Black, Pretty Bossy Enterprises, Paula’s Whipp. Event Partners: Happy Accidents Media, CGC ATL, DJ Mello, Danny Rag, Elite Charter Limousines & Shuttle Services, The Hyatt Place Centennial, The Legacy Center, DRIP LLC

Website for Ticket Purchase, Seats are Limited: www.comingtoatl.com

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