The Black Biz Power Breakfast Series: Connect Learn Expand

The Black Biz Power Breakfast Series

Speakers Consuella Meeks and Yashica McKinney.

The Black Biz Power Breakfast Series. The Black Biz Power Breakfast Series will change the way you view black business. By now many of you are familiar with STL Black Biz. STL Black Biz services St. Louis, MO and surrounding areas such as St. Peters, MO., St. Charles, MO and Metro Illinois.

STL Black Biz is not only in the business of connecting business owners and consumers. It is also in the business of presenting opportunities for seasoned and aspiring entrepreneurs to connect.

However, most recently STL Black Biz has launched one of its many upcoming endeavors, The Black Biz Power Breakfast Series. The Black Biz Power Breakfast Series debuted in January of this year. Co-creators Eleanie Campbell, the founder of STL Black Biz and national business consultant, James Dickerson, are bringing you The Black Biz Power Breakfast Series,  This even will be held on a monthly basis at black establishment.

The business duo felt that is time for black business owners to come together not only to network and simply exchange business cards, but to connect, learn and expand.  The Black Biz Power Breakfast Series Connect Learn Expand grew out of this necessity. The very first Black Biz Power Breakfast started this new year on January 28th, 2017, The series kicked off with two dynamics speakers.

Yashica  McKinney of Desserts Out the Jar was inspiring as she shared her journey in creating her well-known business, Desserts Out the Jar. Consuella Meeks of Meeks Enterprises LLC shared her expertise in business consulting leaving all in attendance with a wealth of information and wanting more.

New and old entrepreneurs and those wanting to become entrepreneurs left The Black Biz Power Breakfast Series with something that would allow them to improve their path of business ownership..

The Black Biz Power Breakfast was held at Diner’s Delight, one of the oldest black owned restaurants in the St. Louis area. The owner Gregory Houston gladly opened his doors ushering in the Black Biz Power Breakfast series. Delectable foods were served.

In addition to great food and valuable information the opportunity to network with other like minded people was priceless.



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