Nashville Black Chamber Talks Technology and Business Growth

Carolyn Waller, President of the Nashville Black Chamber of Commerce; Ron Busby, President/ CEO of U.S. Black Chambers, Inc.; Paul Disselkoen, Senior Associate for PayPal’s Global Government Relations, Susan Vanderbilt, Chair of the Nashville Black Chamber of Commerce and Founder of Entrée Savvy; Demarco Reynolds, Owner of Reynolds and Reynolds; and Taylor Vanderbilt, young professional. Photo by Rolands Photography

NASHVILLE, TN — More than one hundred small business owners and business professionals joined the Nashville Black Chamber during its monthly The Social, Small Business & The Digital Economy, in collaboration with PayPal, the US Black Chambers, Inc., and the Small Business Round table for a discussion about the impact of digital tools on small and Black owned businesses and how to leverage such innovative digital technology and trends as tools toward more efficient ways to grow and develop their businesses. The Event was a Success!

OUR MISSION: To empower and encourage prosperity for Nashville’s African-American businesses by: Connecting businesses and business professionals with worthwhile partnerships that lead to economic advancement; Developing businesses that are successful, sustainable, and scalable;  Providing businesses with economic opportunities that allow them to create jobs and wealth; and Leading on policy initiatives that cultivate an economic environment for businesses to thrive

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See Full Spread of Pictures on Nashville Black Chamber of Commerce FaceBook Page. By Rolands Photography, Member of the Nashville Black Chamber of Commerce.

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