REGISTER NOW FOR THE MOBE 30TH ANNIVERSARY SYMPOSIUM

APRIL 21-22     I    WASHINGTON, DC

MOBE SYMPOSIUM

MARKETING OPPORTUNITIES IN BUSINESS & ENTERTAINMENT Since 1992

Join the MOBE Symposium at Howard University in Washington, DC on April 21 and 22, 2022. You are invited to celebrate 30 years of MOBE independently cultivating, uplifting, and connecting business professionals, corporate inclusion executives, and entrepreneurs to build business, brands, and careers.  In line with our 30-year track record and our intent to self-educate and share success strategies, we are excited to add an Independent Black Educational day to our MOBE platform.

  The MOBE 30th Anniversary Symposium is Sponsored by: 

On Thursday, April 21, 2022, we present “Independent Educational Narrative: HBCUs & Beyond”, where we will leverage educational partnerships with traditionally independent Black Institutions, educational leaders, teachers, bloggers, journalists and business entrepreneurs.  Educator participants to the conference will receive CTLE certification credit hours for participation.

On Friday, April 22, 2022, we present “Marketing Opportunities in Business and Entertainment”, the leading advanced marketing conference, providing access to resources, capital and the ability to promote your business, product or service.  MOBE has cultivated a community and accelerated results for Black leaders, conscientious corporate executives and entrepreneurs.  MOBE is the space for deal-making, case study success-sharing and partnership creation with revenue producing results!

You can register for one or both days, which will also include the Opening Reception on Thursday evening.  We have limited in-person seats and unlimited virtual access on the Hopin platform.  Register early to ensure that you don’t miss either of these important events.   bit.ly/MOBEDC30

Our in-person attendees will have to follow the COVID protocols that will be in effect in April 2022 with guidelines for seating, vaccination status or a negative COVID test and mask wearing.  

Please note that student registrations require a valid .edu email address.

Our official hotel is the Hyatt Place Washington DC/White House, 1522 K Street NW.  We secured an excellent rate of $169 single, $189 double for our registrants.  If you need accommodations, use the link below to make your reservations.  The discount code is already included.  The rate expires on March 11, 2022. Click Here to make your reservations now!  

 

#ICYMI MOBE MONDAYS

Watch all of our #MOBEMonday webinars on our Facebook Page or on our YouTube Page.  

MOBE SYMPOSIUM and its founder Yvette Moyo inducted into the “AdvancingDiversity Hall of Honors”

The event was part of MediaVillage’s AdvancingDiversity Week 2021! 

 

View the Legends & Leaders video conversation with Yvette Moyo here.

The MOBE Symposium 2021 was Sponsored by: 

Timely Discussions

Conversations and Case Studies You Don’t Hear Anywhere Else

Grow Your Network

Meet Leaders, Executives and Entrepreneurs

Be In The Know

Learn from the experts and authorities in their industries

Career & Start-Up Advice

Get advice from those who have done it successfully

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.