About the event
NUBIAN SHORTIES NIGHT OUT
Nubian Shorties’ Night Out Is A Successful Event Series Used To Celebrate Black Women And Promote Black Entrepreneurship. On April 8th, Nubian Shorties’ Night Out Will Be Conducting A Golden Parachute Black Business Mixer.
Why A BLACK BUSINESS MIXER?
Golden Parachute Mixer Sets To Create A Platform That Groups Entrepreneurs Into An Economic Family. Black Business Owners Will Build A Set Of Connections To Network And Utilize For The Promotion Of Their Industry.
Why should you sponsor?
My Vision Is Creating A Space Where Black Entrepreneurs Can Build Upon Their Enterprises And Achieve Excellence, That Is Measured By Their Customers, Peers, And Community They Reside. By Sponsoring This Event Your Brand Is Aligning Themselves With Companies Who Have Who Have A Strong Set Of Values That Include:
- Performance Excellence – Act As Responsible Owners, Always Seeking To Exceed Expectations
- Collaboration - The Success Of The Teamwork Of Business Partnerships And Creating Spaces For Others The Grow Within
- Integrity – Treat All Customers And Business Owners With Respect And Dignity.
Also Reach Our Target Audience Of African American Consumers Consisting Of 66% Women And 34% Men. In Addition, In spite Of, Being A Company That Is Less Than A Year Old, We Are Growing Exponentially, And Believe That A Sponsorship Collaboration Will Benefit Both Of Our Brands.
Nubian Shorties' Night Out curates events for young Black professionals to promote Black entrepreneurship, comradery, but most of all fun. I believe everyone owes themselves a break from their daily routine, and I hope to provide them with such. The past several months, I’ve curated an array of events, including a fitness bootcamp, pop up dinner, and an all-Black Women Art Expo. Each have gradually grown, creating a following that I strive to continue to create enjoyable experiences for.
Nubian Shorties? I came up with the term to showcase Black Women as multifaceted. A Nubian Shorty is someone that encompasses all walks of life and reflects every personality a Black Woman can and has the right to be able to possess, without judgment. She, to me, is showcasing that we're magic but we're still real.
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