The Dream Project Symposium brought successful entrepreneurs and business people to Atlanta this past week. Attendees received motivation, inspiration and education from Lisa Price, founder and chairman of Carol’s Daughter; Randal Pinkett CEO of BCT Partners and season 4 winner of “The Apprentice”; Kevin Liles, former president of Def Jam and CEO of KWL Management; and Daymond John, CEO and founder of FUBU, Shark Branding and cast member of “Shark Tank.”
In addition to the main speakers, dreamers were also given access to over 50 additional entrepreneurs through informative breakout sessions, all compliments of event host Teneshia Jackson-Warner, founder and CEO of Egami Consulting Group.
Now in its second year, the Dream Project taught others how dream through dedication, responsibility, education, attitude and motivation.
Each leader shared their stories of success and how they have managed to create and sustain viable businesses whose brands are known internationally. Read what they had to say after the jump.