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Win a free registration to the Black Enterprise FWD conference

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Charlotte City Council member James Mitchell (left) and Black Enterprise President/CEO Earl "Butch" Graves Jr. at BE conference announcement on Feb. 18, 2019. Photo: Qcitymetro

Qcitymetro is giving two (2) entrepreneurs, or aspiring entrepreneurs, the chance to attend Black Enterprise’s FWD conference June 19-22 at the Charlotte Convention Center. Winners will each receive a free registration (valued at $395) and includes access to all sessions, meal functions, evening receptions and The BizHub.

Related: Charlotte welcomes Black Enterprise summit back for second year

Learn the money-making, growth and financial strategies used by America’s top business owners. You will also have lots of networking opportunities.

Scheduled keynote speakers include:

  • Wendy Williams – media personality and entrepreneur
  • Isiah Thomas – NBA legend and Chairman & CEO of Isiah International
  • Angela Simmons – founder of Built Not Bought
  • Karen Civil – creator, media maven and host, CEO of Always Civil Enterprise
  • Ryan Leslie – Grammy-nominated music producer and avid technologist
  • John Henry – partner at Harlem Capital Partners

How it works:

  • You must enter our contest no later than Saturday, June 15, 2019 at 2 p.m.
  • Two winners will be randomly selected from those who register.
  • Winners will be notified on June 15 and will have 4 hours to claim tickets.
  • If tickets aren’t claimed, we’ll pick a new name and repeat the process.
  • Our judges have the final say.

Contest is closed, but you can still register for the conference here.

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