Get tix for the PHX Black Women's Forum or CNY Black Women's Expo. Click your city!
The Entrepreneur's Roundtable will strengthen the pipeline of Black/women entrepreneurs and professionals throughout Central New York; foster stronger community development with Black allies/stakeholders; infuse much needed capital into Black enterprises and non-profits; build scalable sustainable business solutions; and establish a business incubator/accelerator.
The Roundtable also provides educational programs which increase financial preparedness, fiscal health, and access to credit for small businesses.
Join us August 7th in Central New York and build your spheres of influence and affluence at CNY’s premier Expo for Black women leaders, entrepreneurs, and their families.—Designed with your outer boss and inner diva in mind!
Enjoy the sultry sounds of international saxophonist J. White, the soulful vocals of Gail Sampson, fashions from Styles by Bellamy and Lady D's Afro Centric Experience, beats spun by DJ Bella J, The Beauty Bar hosted by Nina on the Beat, a KIDZ ZONE, the VIP Networking Lounge, a powerful message from the incomparable Maggie Anderson and much, much more. Come for the Expo and leave with the Experience.
Let's use our green dollars to build and support Black-owned businesses across Western New York. We're here for sister's with amazing beauty, wellness, and life products, brands, and services. Let's help them see green and get access to our share of the marketplace! Strong Black businesses mean stronger communities, healthier families, and a more robust economy. Join us in Syracuse, NY on Saturday, August 7th for the inaugural CNY Black Women's Expo. There's something for the whole family!
Stay tuned for future updates on CNY's 2022 Black Women's Expo in Syracuse, NY. It's sure to be a day of fashion, beauty, empowerment, vendors, entertainment, and some real talk about breaking barriers.
Vendor registration for the CNY Black Women's Expo is closed until 2022. In the interim, please support Black women-owned enterprises in your local community. Let's turn green dollars to Black as we support Black women entrepreneurs.