Quanisha Green, MSS
Quanisha Green, MSS delivers crucial guidance for the country’s most active entrepreneurs
(Black PR Wire) PHILADELPHIA, PA, – While the economy contracts in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic, Quanisha Green’s business has attracted clients, developed its pipeline, and positioned itself for strong growth once the economy recovers. On Monday, June 8th, Green will explain how as part of her latest Meant for More Live Workshop. Registration is open now for the web-based event.
Meant for More distills the lessons Green has learned as a sought-after business consultant, master trainer, featured presenter, and Founder and CEO of Black Woman CEO (BWC), which recently celebrated its fifth year serving the unique needs of Black women entrepreneurs. Participants will learn how to develop business plans that increase profit margins, find the clients they need to scale up quickly, and secure the investment dollars that drive their companies to even greater heights.
Best of all, the workshop is designed to meet entrepreneurs regardless of the markets they serve and wherever they happen to be in the business development process. That, according to Green, is no accident.
“One of the common threads uniting Black women’s experience is entrepreneurship,” she observes. “Most of us haven’t been encouraged to think of it that way. But our experience demands exactly the kinds of resourcefulness, determination, and disciplined focus that make for successful entrepreneurs. That goes a long way toward letting me feel a personal investment in each participant’s fortunes and to tailor our workshops to the specific needs of each woman we serve.
“For years before the Covid-19 pandemic, Black women had been starting companies faster than any other demographic. That drive to create new businesses won’t change. What we need to add to the mix—what BWC and the Meant For More workshops are all about—is planning for growth and providing the community needed for our businesses to scale up and capture greater market share.”
Registration for the [week-long] workshop is open now. Meanwhile, BWC enters its sixth year as the premier network of likeminded Black women entrepreneurs. Its publications include the recently released The Profit Roadmap Guide, and its AYA Network has grown to become the leading community for insights, tools, and support among Black women business leaders.
Colleagues of Green’s ranging from Inc. 500 awardee Dr. Monikah Ogando to actress and coach Kim Coles have joined BWC members and workshop participants in celebrating her uniquely effective and insightful approach. Coles is characteristically effusive.
“Working with Quanisha, something just clicked. It seemed like she wanted me to come to the conclusion: Let's get you adjusted quickly; let’s charge what you're worth! Quanisha reminded me I have permission to step fully into my worth and the gifts that I have to share. I'm so excited!”
To learn more about the Meant for More Workshop, or to register, please visit https://www.blackwomanceolive.com. For more information about Black Women CEO, please contact Quanisha Green, MSS at 267-255-7529 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Black Woman CEO (BWC) is a global business and leadership development company dedicated to serving the unique needs of Black women entrepreneurs.