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BLACK ENTERPRISE will present its 4th annual Black Men XCEL Summit, Oct. 22 and 23, as a virtual conference experience for the first time, expanding its reach and impact as the premier national event dedicated to celebrating and advancing the excellence and leadership of Black men. The Black Men XCEL Summit, sponsored by FedEx Express and in partnership with Presenting Sponsors AT&T and JPMorgan Chase, BLACK ENTERPRISE will introduce new elements to the event—including live chats with speakers and experts, and an interactive XCEL Sponsor Showcase—maximizing real-time engagement, coaching, mentorship, and networking opportunities for attendees.
Black Men XCEL will take place on an engagement-driven, content-rich platform with sessions, workshops, and coaching designed to provide attendees with sessions and activities that will train, equip, develop, and inspire leaders across a broad array of endeavors—from corporate America and sports management to the tech industry and community organizations.
Black Enterprise is a black-owned multimedia company. Since the 1970s, its flagship product Black Enterprise magazine has covered African-American businesses with a readership of 3.7 million. The company was founded in 1970 by Earl G. Graves Sr. It publishes in both print and on digital, an annual listing of the largest African-American companies in the country, or “B.E. 100s”, first compiled and published in 1973. In 2002 the magazine launched a supplement targeting teens, Teenpreneur. Black Enterprise also has two nationally syndicated television shows, Our World with Black Enterprise and Women of Power.
Source – Black Enterprise (Updated: 11 October 2020) Wikipedia. Available at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Enterprise, (Accessed: 16 October 2020)