Dear African American Business Community,
As we enter this new year, let us celebrate the resilience and growth of the San Francisco African American small business community.
Reflecting on our collective journey, it is evident that African American businesses play a crucial role in shaping the local economy. Your dedication and tenacity have propelled your ventures forward, contributing not only to your success but also to the richness and diversity of our community.
As we embrace the possibilities of the coming year, let's remember that success is not always about making grand resolutions. It's about staying true to what has worked for you and building upon those foundations. Instead of setting New Year's resolutions, let us reaffirm our commitment to consistency and excellence.
Here are some reminders to guide you on your continued path of success:
Clarify Your Vision: Ensure your business vision extends beyond the immediate future. A long-term perspective will guide your decisions and actions, providing a roadmap for sustained success.
Define Your Mission: Clearly articulate what you aim to achieve. Your mission is the heartbeat of your business, and a well-defined mission statement will help you stay focused on your goals.
Know Your Values: Your core values are the pillars of your business. They define your identity and guide your interactions with clients, employees, and the community. Embrace and showcase these values proudly.
Leverage Your Skills: Identify your strengths and the unique skills that set your business apart. Highlighting these skills will attract clients and reinforce your expertise within the community.
Set SMART Goals: Ensure your business goals are Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-bound.
This approach will provide clarity and direction as you work towards continuous improvement.
As we move forward, let's remember that the strength of our community lies in our unity and support for one another.
By fostering collaboration, sharing insights, and celebrating each other's achievements, we can collectively elevate the African American small business community in San Francisco.
May this new year bring prosperity, growth, and continued success to all of you. Let's build on our achievements and create a future where the impact of African American businesses resonates even stronger throughout San Francisco.
I wish you a Happy New Year filled with prosperity and abundance.
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On behalf of TriStar Pictures, you are invited to the SFSU Philosophy and Religion Department for an exclusive advance screening of THE BOOK OF CLARENCE. The showing of film is tomorrow at a special early screening on Thursday, January 4th @ 7 PM at AMC Kabuki 8 (1881 Post St, San Francisco, CA 94115)
Interested in attending? Click link. Signing up for the guest list does not guarantee seats, so we recommend arriving early, around 6:30.
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Founder Fest is coming to SF on Jan 18th by Kamp! Kamp has been known to throw the best startup/investor events around the world and this will be an unforgettable experience for founders to learn, network and grow. One can expect panel discussions from prolific startup/vc folks, open bar, speed networking, DJ and lots of fun!!
Thursday, Jan 18th - Founder Fest
Location: Trellis - 981 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94103
MUST REGISTER BY FRIDAY, JANUARY 5TH
Be sure to reserve your seat and use the code
"SFAACC" for 25% off here: https://kampevents.com/founder-fest-sf/
5 pm - Networking & DJ
5:30 pm - Founder rockstar panel (
5:50 pm - Expert panel
6:20 pm - VC panel
6:45 pm - 5 startups will pitch live with investor feedback
7:15 pm - Hip Hop speed networking
7:45 pm - DJ turns up music + open networking
8:15 pm - Main event ends
8:30 -10 pm - VIP dinner after party w/ speakers + VIP ticket holders