For the fourth year in a row, the Black Girl Magic Digital Summit aims to explore topics ranging from financial well-being to career development to socioeconomic development, small business success, and the rest. And this year’s conference promises to reach more Black women than ever before, starting at 2 p.m. Saturday, August 27. on Amazon’s Prime Video streaming service.
Produced by Dallas-based Boss Women Media and Capital One, the meeting was recorded in late July at Brigid Coulter’s Blackbird House in Los Angeles. The conference featured 26 entrepreneurs and executives from startups and corporations across the U.S., who spoke before an audience of professional leaders and female students from Black colleges. and universities.
“We’re on a mission to give Black women the tools and education they need to take the next steps to have more,” said Marty McDonald, founder and CEO of Boss Women Media, in a statement. “The Black Girl Magic Digital Summit is an important part of this mission as it gives us a platform and presence to amplify conversations and hurtful messages.”
Amazon’s Black Business Accelerator also features some of the sessions.
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