Tuesday, June 2, 2020
The two guests, Mary Olushoga Assistant Vice President and Senior Business Advisor at Pursuit Lending and Dr. Theresa Martin Esq, CEO of Generational Wealth Zone LLC, touched upon the 5Cs; Cash Flow, Capacity, Credit, Character, and Collateral as important factors for lenders to determine if they will provide capital to a business.
Learn more about what every business owner needs to know to be bankable at https://www.youtube.com/watch?
The topic of discussion for the next webinar being held on Tuesday, June 2nd is What is your Cash Flow Capacity Now During COVID 19? Register at https://qspfromthegroundup.eve
Thursday, May 28, 2020
Houston, TX Real estate entrepreneurs Lena Claybon and Kayela Ceron are looking to create a path to financial independence for more African Americans via their new website, RockTheRealEstate.com, which helps new investors get started in real estate investing.
"Rock The Real Estate was born out of our frustration with seeing so many people in our community suffering financially and not feeling they have any options other than a 9-5 job," says Co-Founder and CEO, Lena Claybon. "Right now, with so many unemployed because of COVID19, that leaves them feeling they have NO options." Claybon goes on to say, "What we hope to do with this platform is give people options."
Claybon, who is a house flipper, wholesaler and landlord, is optimistic about the venture but remains grounded in reality. "Real estate investing isn't for everyone. It takes dedication and a willingness to learn and put in the work. Also, we're not telling people not to go back to work or to quit their jobs and do real estate fulltime. There are some who just want to supplement their income and there are others who want to eventually replace their income so that they have the choice to work or not. Whatever your interest for wanting to learn the business, we want to be a catalyst for making it happen."
Las Vegas, NV After years spent in lucrative retreat from the spotlight, multi-faceted musician/singer Randy Hall is in the midst of a hot streak as a recording artist as hot as his home base: Las Vegas!
Randy Hall has enjoyed international chart-topping success with his solo single "How Do You Want Your Love" (co-composed with Kevin Toney, founding keyboardist of Donald Byrd's Blackbyrds band) which vaulted over superstars such as Charlie Wilson and Usher to hit the top of the U.K. Soul Chart and several others from Brazil to Germany. Next, Hall had the honor of hitting the top of those same charts with a song he originally wrote in the '80s for Al Jarreau to sing as a guest of Miles Davis on an album that was ultimately shelved for decades. That swingin' song, "I Love What We Make Together" (from 2019's jazz chart-topping posthumously released Miles album, Rubberband) also shot up the world charts.
Southbury, CT Shawn Rochester is an author, entrepreneur, investor and sought-after speaker who has spoken on Wall Street, in Silicon Valley, the United Nations and lectured at leading universities about the staggering financial cost of discrimination against Black people in America and advocates for a new economic framework to help create the millions of jobs and businesses that are missing in the black community.
In his highly acclaimed book, The Black Tax: The Cost of Being Black in America, Mr Rochester shows how The Black Tax (which is the financial cost of conscious and unconscious anti-black discrimination), creates a massive financial burden on Black American households that dramatically reduces their ability to leave a substantial legacy for future generations.
Nationwide Meet Ebony Robert, founder and CEO of Ebony's Beauty Hair and Skin Care, whose handcrafted all-natural hair and skincare products are now available in Walmart stores nationwide. Ebony, a mother of five boys, launched the business two years ago, but says that her love for the beauty industry started at a very young age.
Based in Lafayette, Louisiana, Ebony built her business from the ground up and continues to fulfill her dream of being a woman entrepreneur. Last year, she grossed almost $100K while working as a full-time teacher.
As a wife, mom, and a boss, Ebony has positioned her company to become a very popular household brand on the rise. In addition to her distribution deal with Walmart (in both the U.S. and Canada), she has also established a partnership with Amazon.
THIS BLACK WOMAN ENTREPRENEUR IS A COURT-APPROVED MEDIATOR THAT HELPS SETTLE DISPUTES OUT OF COURT AND ONLINE
Luling, TX While working online is new to many professions, it is the norm for Quornesha S. Lemon, owner of SaQred Dispute Resolutions. She is an online court-approved mediator that helps her clients settle their disputes out of court... without having to leave home. She handles child custody disputes, real estate disputes, mediation for intellectual property, and more.
Quornesha has been conducting Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADP) sessions online since first being admitted to the Texas Association of Mediators.
Helping people has always been her goal. Prior to becoming an accredited ADR mediator, she trained as a cognitive behavioral life coach, counseling and advising clients on setting and achieving goals.
Although Quornesha has practiced online mediation since first being certified, she knows this is a unique delivery medium for many. Her clients, who are often embroiled in emotionally charged disputes, have often commented on how much less distressing it is to be able to conduct the mediation and negotiations in the comfort of their own home.
Recognizing the emotional distress that comes with challenging