December 15, 2017

Community News

Jackie Wright of W.E. Moderates San Francisco African American Entrepreneurs - Their Vision, Path & Journey-May 16th
May 15, 2017

You are invited to join the conversation at the historic Mariposa Yacht Club at 405 Terry A. Francois Blvd, named after the first Black person on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors.  History will surely be made surrounded by such important historic markers.  Be a part of the conversation.  Be a part of economic history in the making.  Be a Part of the Vision as You find Your Path and Embark on Your Journey!  We're Better Together!  See you There! 
SMALL BUSINESS WEEK SAN FRANCISCO, MAY 15-20

Celebrate Small Business Week 2017 at a historic yacht club located in one of the most vibrant communities in San Francisco. Join local entrepreneurs and small business owners and listen to how these innovators successfully navigate real business challenges and turn ideas into local impact. Don't miss an evening of excellent food, vibrant conversations, and a soulful discussion with African American Entrepreneurs-untapped!

 San Francisco African American Entrepreneurs - Their Vision, Path & Journey

Tuesday May 16, 2017 5:30pm - 8:30pm 
Mariposa Hunters Point Yacht Club 405 Terry A Francois Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94158
 
Sponsored by: San Francisco African American Chamber of Commerce, Main Street Launch, Bayview Merchants Association and Renaissance Bayview
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