When you’re an entrepreneur, you’re always at work, you’re always open for business and you’re always looking for ways to
There is nothing more exciting than a room full of powerful women. This was the case at Odyssey Media’s “In
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Tips to having healthier and wiser relationships, personally and professionally On Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015 rolling out and Dr.
This past week, Women of Color in Communications, otherwise known as ColorComm, held their “Coffee Connections” network meeting during the
Popular Chicago eatery, M Vie, played host to the emerging Flash Happy Hour that is beginning to pick up momentum
Last night, Chicago hosted the Bacardi Fusion Lounge at Venue One– but it wasn’t your typical nightlife event. Sure, there
A tight shoe game has grown to be vastly popular in the Hip-Hop world, so the Chicago Bacardi Fusion Lounge,
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F. Carlton Peeples President/Lead Consultant, Carlton Signature Publishing + PR What inspires you to show up at work every day?
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Rolling out interviews the man behind some of Chicago's most successful Mix n Mingle socials.
Make that important connection in the beauty industry.
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Hughes challenged the students to complete their memoir outlines within four weeks.
“Watch it go viral,” she wrote.