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Episode Info: features 11 South Florida-based businesses in its first season who each share their highs and lows, the barriers and challenges that Black businesses must overcome on a daily basis, and their greatest inspirations for the future of their businesses. In this season, tune into a discussion with Shani St. Vil of Purse Empowerment on the psychological impact of slavery and system oppression and the connect to the Black economy. Dr. Jeff Rocker of How We See It discusses mental health and how he would counsel Antonio Brown. Brandon Okpalobi of Dibia Dreams shares his transformation from a youth athletic development company to a national youth mentoring non-profit. Nathalie Cadet James of Luxe Fete was named one of the top event planners in the world. Lydia Desnoyers of Desnoyers CPA shares financial tips for businesses. Kiana Powell of Forward Public Relations helps small businesses tackle their brand awareness challenges.. Nathalie Thames of Deja vu Sweets often surprises her clients when they find out that her bakery is Black-owned. David Castro of Dungeon Forward is creating a clothing brand for the culture. KeAira Chantell Gamble of KeAira Chantell Events pivoted pivoted from corporate life to super event planner. Monique Messer of Groovin' Bean shares how she's becoming the go-to coffee shop of the community. And Jamila Ross of Copper Door BnB is breaking through as a young, Black hotelier. Established in 2017 and created by Fabiola Fleuranvil who's the CEO of Blueprint Creative Group, is powered by the Miami-Dade Economic Advocacy Trust (MDEAT). MDEAT's mission is focused on the economic prosperity of the Black community.


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