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Internet Entrepreneurship101 for African Americans Practical Methodologies for Achieving In Internet
Social Advocate and Entrepreneur, Jason Moore Pens New Strategic Book for African American Internet Startups
Understanding that African Americans businesses are at a historical and disproportionate disadvantage, Jason Moore provides real life applications and methodologies to help ensure African American businesses greater opportunities for success and sustainability. Reports show that black owned businesses only get 1.7% of the $23 billion available in loan money from the small business administration under President Obama. In an interview with news anchor Roland Martin of TV One News, Ron Busby, CEO of the US Black Chambers Inc. states, “There are 1.9 million black owned business and 1.8 million of those have no employees.”
Dane Stangler of Forbes.com also states, “Limited access to financing also restricts the ability of minority business enterprises (MBEs) to achieve viability, generate new jobs and, in general, fulfill their potential to contribute to the development of communities in which they operate.”
Internet Entrepreneurship 101 for African Americans: Practical Methodologies for Achieving In Internet Business is designed to be used as a blueprint and motivation for those in the African American community who are striving to become successful in Internet business.
Jason Moore is a business school graduate of Howard University. He has many years of both entrepreneurial and corporate experience from Fortune 500 companies such as Kraft Foods to owning several Internet start-ups. As well as an active advocate that began with volunteerism in Junior Achievement, Boys and Girls Club, and mentoring, Mr. Moore is also President and Founder of Innovative Ideas Group LLC and Chairman and Founder of Unite for Action Inc.
For more information about Jason Moore visit www.jasonamoore.com or contact Mr. Moore directly at (202) 207-5939 and email@example.com.
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