As we are preparing for an important vote about our democracy, we have to acknowledge how important small businesses are to the economy. As you’re looking for Black businesses to support this holiday season, we want to spotlight a few who have gifts at various price points. You can finish your shopping on this show!
Join our host, the incomparable producer, Dedra N. Tate, as we showcase candles from Tiffany Rose, School Scents Candles and Home; cookies from Ralph Rolle, Soul Snacks, coffee from Gregory L. Johnson, Kalimba Song Coffee Company; elegant stemware from Lisa Bolden, L.is.a Luxury Collection; apparel organizers from PJ Jones and CJ Johnson, Hoodie Hook and HBCU apparel from Kristi Love, Kristi Love Creative.
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ABOUT MOBE SYMPOSIUM
MOBE (Pronounced “moe-bee”) Marketing Opportunities in Business and Entertainment, where Marketing, Technology, Sports, and Entertainment professionals converge with early-stage/growing businesses, business professionals, and corporations.
The MOBE Mission: To facilitate discussion, instruction, and business building relationships.
Since 1992, the MOBE Symposium has delivered business building, education, and mentoring resources for African-American professionals; sports, entertainment, and other entrepreneurs. MOBE facilitates deals between these companies and large corporations to grow their businesses.
The brand remains strong, as it delivered on an intention most conferences don’t: To build business!!! MOBE has a proven track record for presenting strategic alliances and professional development.
Our registrants directly influenced the spending power and impacted a vastly larger urban consumer base.
More than $187 million in business was generated to African-American companies as a direct result of associations conceived at MOBE symposiums.
MOBE is where content producers, talent agents, and others seek out the partnerships that will propel them to the next level.
MOBE is the convergence of brands, agencies, media companies, producers, and entrepreneurs.