Registration is now open for the 2019 Marketing Opportunities in Business and Entertainment Symposium!
The event will be held on Friday, April 26th, 2019 at Kiyo Sakaguchi Hall in the Prudential Tower in Newark, New Jersey! The opening reception will take place on Thursday, April 25th.
Prudential Financial has returned to be the title sponsor while Procter & Gamble and iOne Digital are co-sponsors.
Join in as leading marketing, technology, sports and entertainment professionals, business builders and entrepreneurs will join forces to give insight and networking opportunities. This year, the event will include a pre-event opening reception, keynote addresses, panels that will cover different topics, and awards to industry distributors.
The panels will consist of different topics ranging from sports and technology, global marketing, social justice, female executive power and music/film, and television.
This year’s speakers include Michele Thorton Ghee, EVP, Business Development of Endeavor Global Marketing, Dorina Walker, CEO of Cultural Solutions Group, and a great lineup of panelists.
Last year’s symposium connected major brands to the nearly $1.2 trillion buying power of the African American consumer and provided more than 250 entrepreneurs with highly sought-after networking opportunities.
Last year, honorees included Ken Smikle and Chuck Morrison.
Early bird registration will open on Friday, March 15th, 2019. Those who register early will be invited to a special March reception in New York City, hosted by iOne Digital. General registration begins on Saturday, March 16th. Registration includes access to all panels, keynote addresses, the opening reception, breakfast, lunch, and a post networking reception. You can register today by clicking here!
For more information and to register, visit the official MOBE Symposium website today!
About MOBE: MOBE is where Marketing, Technology, Sports & Entertainment professionals converge with early-stage/growing businesses, business professionals and corporations. Since 1992, the MOBE series has delivered business building, education and mentoring resources for African-American professionals; sports, entertainment and other entrepreneurs. The organization has facilitated deals between young companies and large corporations to grow their businesses. MOBE’s registrants have directly influenced the spending power and impacted a vastly larger urban consumer base. An estimated $200 million in business was generated to African-American companies as a direct result of associations conceived at MOBE symposiums.
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