BIPR Feature – Mo Mondays, No Problems With Monchiere

Hey there, business enthusiasts! 📣 We’ve got some amazing news for you. If you’re a small business owner looking to up your PR game, we’ve got just the thing for you. Recently, we joined an Instagram Live interview with Mo Money, No Problems With Monchiere sharing top-notch tips to help your small business shine in the spotlight. 🌟

From updating your existing marketing materials to building strong relationships with micro influencers, this interview is a treasure trove of PR wisdom. Didn’t catch it live? No worries! We’ve got the playback ready for you. 🎬 Head over to @monchierehjones Instagram profile and check out the interview. Get ready to take your PR strategies to the next level and watch your business soar!

Stay tuned for more insightful sessions coming your way. 🚀 Don’t miss out on the chance to boost your PR game and make your small business truly shine. See you on Instagram!

Forbes BLK Announces New Local Advisory Council Member, Brandinc PR Founder Brandi Sims

Special Announcement from our Founder & CEO, Brandi Sims

Having lived in diverse communities as an Army brat and Navy spouse, I’ve always embraced a strong commitment to each place I’ve called home. Engaging with and supporting local communities has been a rewarding journey, and I’m grateful for the connections and positive impact made along the way.

So, I’m excited to share that I have been selected and joining the local advisory council of @ForbesBLK, a global community of Black entrepreneurs, professionals, leaders, and creators who are driving systematic change in business, culture, and society. Feel free to connect with me as we build something special that will grant access for the Black community! 🤝🏾

Looking forward to collaborating with the team to drive meaningful change and support our local business community. Let’s make a difference together!#ForbesBLK

Plus, in case you missed it, we are headed to Atlanta on November 5-6, for the inaugural ForbesBLK Summit. This event will discuss the Future of Black entrepreneurialism and bring together culture, creativity, and community for one dynamic experience you will not forget. Register here: 🔗

SWOK Women’s Business Summit Unites Industry Leaders for a Day of Inspiration and Innovation

LAWTON, OK – August 14th, 2023 – Today, community organizers announced the SWOK Women’s Business Summit, a dynamic event designed to celebrate and empower women in the world of business. Join us for a day of insightful discussions, networking opportunities, and inspiring sessions led by accomplished industry leaders on September 14th at Cameron University in Lawton.

“At the SWOK Women’s Business Summit, we’re igniting the spark of empowerment and fostering a community where women can thrive, connect, and lead together towards a brighter future,” says committee Media Liaison, Brandi Sims.

The summit aims to foster a supportive environment where attendees can gain valuable insights, exchange ideas, and build meaningful connections. Whether you’re a seasoned professional or just starting your entrepreneurial journey, this summit is your chance to be part of a vibrant community dedicated to driving success and breaking barriers.

The introduction of new leadership on the organizing team has highlighted the need for a complete immersive and empowering experience to continue the legacy of the event.

“Our mission for the SWOK Women’s Business Summit is to foster an environment and culture that propels women toward success by offering insight, providing networking opportunities, and showcasing the possibilities when women unite in the world of business,” Great Plains Technology Center Small Business Management Coordinator, Carey Monroe.

With the SWOK Women’s Business Summit entering its third year, participants can expect to experience a day full of empowerment in leadership.

“Having been part of organizing previous Women in Business Summits, I’m thrilled to announce our upcoming event. This summit will once again provide a platform for women to share their stories, exchange wisdom, and uplift one another, reaffirming our commitment to nurturing a community of strong, ambitious, and successful women in the business world,” REI Women’s Business Coordinator, Marla Herndon.
Participants are encouraged to register early to receive additional communication on resources made available from the event. Registration is available at (…) and on sale for $50. Registration includes breakfast, lunch and an event exclusive swag bag.

For more information on the event, please visit or contact Marla Herndon at 800-658-2823. For all media inquiries, please reach out to media contact Brandi Sims.

The Economic Development Center at GPTC is staffed by professionals who provide business consulting and training resources to help businesses large and small to find innovative and pragmatic solutions to their business challenges. Services include start-up assistance, strategic planning,  employee training, relocation assistance, agri-business consulting, and government contracting.

Client Feature – Biz Gone Social

Thank you to Biz Gone Social for having UMC Founder + CEO, Gerard Longo onto the show! Check out the interview here:

Celebrating Black Business Month: A Tribute to Resilience and Empowerment

In recent years, the significance of Black Business Month has gained momentum, drawing attention to the remarkable contributions of Black entrepreneurs and their businesses. As a proud Black business owner, this month holds a special place in your heart. Beyond its cultural and historical importance, Black Business Month is a testament to the resilience, innovation, and empowerment that have driven Black entrepreneurs to overcome obstacles and succeed in the business world.

Honoring a Rich History

Black Business Month is rooted in the legacy of Black entrepreneurship, tracing back to the challenging times of racial segregation and discrimination. Historically, Black individuals faced countless barriers to accessing education, employment, and financial resources. In response, Black entrepreneurs took matters into their own hands, creating businesses and enterprises that served not only as sources of income but also as pillars of support within their communities.

Celebrating Economic Empowerment

As a Black business owner, you understand the significance of economic empowerment within your community. Celebrating Black Business Month allows you to highlight the role your business plays in creating job opportunities, fostering economic growth, and promoting financial independence among Black individuals. Your success story serves as inspiration for aspiring entrepreneurs who see you as proof that they too can turn their dreams into reality, breaking free from systemic limitations.

Promoting Diversity and Representation

Diversity and representation are more than just buzzwords; they are essential components of a thriving business landscape. Black Business Month underscores the importance of diverse voices and perspectives in shaping the business world. By celebrating your accomplishments as a Black business owner, you contribute to a broader narrative of inclusivity, encouraging other businesses and industries to prioritize diversity in leadership, employment, and consumer engagement.

Inspiring Future Generations

Your journey as a Black business owner serves as a beacon of hope for the generations that follow. By participating in the celebration of Black Business Month, you offer tangible evidence that challenges and setbacks can be overcome. This empowerment extends beyond the realm of business, instilling a sense of pride and self-confidence in young Black individuals who may be navigating their paths in a world that is still evolving in terms of racial equality.

A Platform for Collaboration

Black Business Month provides a unique platform for collaboration and networking among Black entrepreneurs. It serves as an opportunity to connect, share experiences, and offer support to one another. Collaborative efforts can lead to the creation of new ventures, partnerships, and initiatives that contribute to the economic growth of the Black community as a whole.

As a Black business owner, celebrating Black Business Month is more than just an acknowledgment of our achievements; it is a tribute to the enduring spirit of resilience, innovation, and empowerment that defines our journey. By participating in this celebration, you amplify the voices of countless other Black entrepreneurs who have overcome adversity to create lasting impact. Through our success, we contribute to a legacy that shapes not only the business world but also the broader narrative of social progress and equality.