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    Posted June 21, 2014 by
    LTLC
    Location
    Atlanta, Georgia

    New Course for Small Biz Owners & Consultants

     
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    Sessions will be led by successful business owners and development strategists dedicated to the growth of small business professionals. They include "The Confidence Architect" V. Ivana Foster, EQ Expert Dr. Reggie Smith, "Leadership Champion" and BOLD Favor Magazine Editor-in-Chief Lynita Mitchell-Blackwell, and Following The Vision Under 30 Magazine Founder Jewel Anderson.

    This workshop will be held at Total Wine & More - Perimeter and tickets are only $10 available at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/emerging-executives-capstone-course-tickets-11861306487.

    For more information, visit the ELI website at www.EmergingLeadersNow.com.

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