Archive for April 23, 2011


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Washington, DC – FREE National Small Business Week Event:

Know Your Small Business Toolkit

Register Here

WHEN:   Tuesday, May 17, 2011, 8am – 12pm

WHERE:  Capital Hilton – The South American Ballroom (1001 16th St. NW; Washington D.C., DC 20036 –  (202) 393-1000

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Know Your Small Business Toolkit:

Easy, Affordable Shortcuts to Growing Your Business

Join us in these information-packed morning events! From low-cost marketing tools to the key business resources you need to know, we’ve brought it all together for you. We’ll introduce you to the organizations that can help jump-start your business, find you affordable financing, introduce you to key partners and more.  And, we’ll cover best practices for using the lowest-cost, highest return marketing tools: social media, email, events and surveys.  Representatives from the DC Chamber, Small Business Development Center, and local SCORE will be on hand to introduce you to all they can do for your business.

Plus, you’ll get our information-packed seminars:
* Social Media Marketing Made Simple – & Effective
* Best Practices for Emarketing: Email, Online Survey & Event Marketing Tips & Techniques

Come hear real success stories!!

Click here to purchase tickets

Featuring The Roots with Gift Horse Project & DJ Jeffrey Tonneson
May 17, 2011, 7:00 PM
Urban Zen Center
711 Greenwich Street, NYC

With a shared interest in the education, nutrition and overall well-being of vulnerable children in South Africa, Ubuntu Education Fund and The Lunchbox Fund have created the New Growth Partnership.  The New Growth Partnership will provide nutritious meals and support services to vulnerable students in South Africa.   A Spring Evening and Auction to benefit the New Growth Partnership will be a celebration of this new partnership.

*All proceeds will support our groundbreaking work assisting orphaned and vulnerable children in the townships of South Africa.

Please note that $185 of each Garden Ticket and $535 of each Terrace Ticket is tax-deductible.

Check out what Russell Simmons & others had to tell

Anji Corley from the 2011 WHCD Red Carpet