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Celebrate Women Virtual Conference

Celebrate Women Virtual Conference

“Surviving (and Thriving) in Unsettling Times.” That is the theme and topic of the 15th annual Celebrate Women virtual conference set to begin on Friday, March 19, 2021.

Alison Levine, American mountain climber, sportswoman, explorer, leadership consultant and best-selling author, will deliver the keynote address. Levine was team captain of the first American Women’s Everest Expedition, scaled the “Seven Summits,” and made history in her skiing adventures to the North and South Poles. Levine is also an accomplished corporate leader, with vast experience on Wall Street. She is the author of the New York Times bestseller, On the Edge: Leadership Lessons from Everest and Other Extreme Environments.

The Celebrate Women Conference is designed to encourage and enhance gender equity by recognizing and celebrating the past, present, and potential accomplishments of women from a full range of ages, ethnicities, and backgrounds. The event is planned to coincide with other events during National Women’s History Month.

Entrepreneurial Tips from Mozes Konig

Mozes Konig – CEO and founder of venture capital firm MVKonig Ltd. – has provided seed capital to entrepreneurs seeking to create a successful business out of their enterprising business plans.  Konig – who some time ago cleared up his Interpol issues – has experienced the difficulty firsthand in starting a business and as such… Continue Reading

What Small Business Owners Can Do Right Now

Building and sustaining a small business is no easy task. Marketing, developing, and producing products or services demand high levels of attention and involvement. This digital marketing checklist lays out simple and effective tips for businesses of any size. Your brand’s identity is critical for marketing purposes, digital or otherwise. Articulate what makes your business… Continue Reading

Virtual is the In-Person of 2021

Most in-person marketing events and conferences are pivoting to virtual gatherings as professionals continue to seek to expand their network, grow their business, and up their game. Digital marketing conferences, enable the most innovative, creative, and imaginative marketing minds to come together. When considering hosting a virtual event, it is important to remember that a… Continue Reading

Funding Boost for NY Security Company

The New York City-based, BigID, a privacy and protection technology company, has raised $70 million in Series D funding. Salesforce Ventures and Tiger Global lead the investing this cycle. Longstanding supporters of BigID, Bessemer Venture Partners, Scale Venture Partners, and Boldstart Ventures put forth additional funding. Series A funding in January 2018 yielded $14 million… Continue Reading

A Struggling New York City Café and Theater Get Help from Famous Friends

The West Bank Cafe is a New York City staple, particularly in the tight-knit performing arts community. It is in the Café’s basement theatre, known as the Laurie Beechman Theater, where the first “Sunday in the Park With George” rehearsals were held and Joan Rivers did her last standup routine. But the once-bustling eatery and… Continue Reading

Plexi-Craft: A New York Business in Demand

Plexi-Craft used to be a simple, swanky, high-end, Bronx-based furniture factory. Now it is one of the country’s most sought after businesses. The 60-year-old company has a long history of acrylic resin skills, designing trendy, clear plastic chairs, tables, cabinets, and more. And as the world scrambles to resume some sense of normalcy alongside the… Continue Reading

Supporting Local Businesses This Holiday Season

There is nothing typical about the 2020 holiday season. Celebrations have been curtailed, guest lists have been tightened, and shopping options have been limited. New Yorkers, however, ever resilient and resourceful, are finding ways to keep the holiday spirit alive and support local entrepreneurs and businesses in the process. Primarily organized on social media, these… Continue Reading

New York’s Inaugural Black Restaurant Week Raises revenue for Black-owned Eateries

All of New York City’s businesses are hurting in the wake of the global coronavirus pandemic. The number of Black-owned businesses in general fell by close to 40% during the crisis. Diners, restaurants, and eateries have been particularly hard hit. Black-owned restaurants across the City have seen revenue fall as much as 80% since March… Continue Reading