VANCOUVER, Wash.—With an eye on startups and established companies looking to expand their product lines, services and target markets, Black Entrepreneurs of Clark County will present "Generating and Marketing Profitable Ideas" at its free monthly session, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 25, at the Jim Parsley Community Center, 4100 Plomondon St. in Vancouver.
Researcher Steven Beresford and longtime enterprise-management expert Rudy Ramirez, a business owner and Service Corps of Retired Executives counselor, will share tips and answer questions on issues including innovating and developing ideas, bringing them to market and distinguishing between the good ones and the duds.
Black Entrepreneurs of Clark County, a free monthly business roundtable and networking group, offers contacts, fellowship and the exchange of expertise and ideas. All are welcome regardless of race, residence or venture. Comprising entrepreneurs, executives and prominent leaders, the organization works to expand empowerment and close opportunity gaps.
RSVP to Shareefah Abdullah, president of Hot Ovations Communications Coaching & Training Co., at 360-604-8583 or firstname.lastname@example.org.