NEW YORK, NY) – April 2nd, 2015 – It was a magnificently, extravagant affair in the heart of Clinton Hills Brooklyn, New York, with the Barclay Center as a highlighted backdrop, as #WomenInBusinessNYC lit up the night at beautiful, historic Brooklyn Nights.
To close out Women’s History Month, honoring Women in business, was truly a honor for us, says Ernest Jackson of MNS Media & Eddie Jones of Brooklyn Nights Lounge. Joining together MNS Media, Cinnamon Chips Media & TNOS, to pull off this informative event, was a honor for all involved.
The evening started with U.S. Women’s Chamber of Commerce’s Regional Leader “Taneshia Nash Laird” receiving a great welcome as she started off the Women In Business NYC panel. Before a packed house Ms.
Nash started by introducing the Keynote speaker of the evening Editor In Chief of Urban Entertainment Miss Cynthia Horner, as well as the rest of the distinguished panel.
The Panel encouraged the group of budding entrepreneurs to stay focused, network and appreciate the power of controlling your brand. The panel featured some of the biggest titans of their perspective industries including (Editor In Chief of Hip Hop Weekly and author of New York Times best seller, “The Magic Of Michael Jackson) Miss Cynthia Horner, (Celebrity Fitness Instructor /Model and Fitness Apparel Owner) Charity Lynette, (Vice President of Business Services at the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce) Michelle McClymont, (Founder of SPARE- Award winning iPhone app) Andra Tomsa, (Co-Founder of Weekend Startup School, Director of Operations at #MentorMonday/ Contributor to BlackEnterprise.com) Ella Rucker and (Creator and Executive Producer, FFFWeek) Gwen Devoe. The day was spent discussing Time Management & Delegating, Finding the Start Up Capital, Networking & Finding Resources and Profiting through E-Commerce & Social Media.
The panel offered invaluable business insight and advice to the standing-room-only crowd.
Prior to the start of the panel, attendees enjoyed free Mimosas courtesy of Brooklyn Nights Lounge and had the chance to interact with the sponsors and vendors on hand Pretty Please Nail Polish, PYSIS (Protect Your Shoes In style), Nyambi Naturals, Expecting Relief & Dyva D’Lights.
The Culinary Artist of the evening was Celebrated Chef Joe Carter, whose appetizing delights where a big hit with the crowd on hand.
Some of the great brands and attendees for the evening where, Spector Events, ES Photography, Ken The Photographer, Curvy Gems, Celebrity Actress/Model Michele, Lawson, Celebrity Plus Size Models Olga Gonzalez-Ramos & Claudia Ph, Co-Owner of Brooklyn Nights Edo Genius, Owner of Angelz House of Stylz NYC Janine Douglas, Caribbean American Media, Owner of Spa Taxi NYC Danielle Corbin Jaime, CEO of Stallion Style Diva Charlene Grace, Executive Producer, Ms. Full Figured HBCU Pageant Tonya Giddens, Mother2Model Boutique, Mocca Brand Media, Upmarket Communications, Diva Enterprise LLC, Many Babies LLC, Swagher Magazine and many more.
Entrepreneurship “For All”, swept away preconceived stereotypes about who can own and operate a successful business, with unforgettable advice that was often echoed throughout the panel.
This event was very successful and we are in the planning stage for something amazing for the men next, says Celebrity Publicist, Ernest Jackson.
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