20/20 Vision: opportunities for women in business.

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The Black Enterprise 20/20 Vision Series, hosted by Walmart, focuses on helping entrepreneurs gain access to capital and contracts

The BLACK ENTERPRISE 20/20 Vision Forum, hosted by Walmart, will be in National Harbor, Maryland, on Oct. 16, where BLACK ENTERPRISE CEO Earl "Butch" Graves Jr. and Maryland Lt. Governor Anthony Brown will kick off an agenda focused on exploring how women entrepreneurs can prepare themselves and their ventures to access capital, form strategic alliances, and leverage resources to grow their companies.

This invitation-only event will bring together entrepreneurs and influential corporate executives, supplier diversity professionals, and public sector policymakers, for case studies and panels on topics including thriving in male-dominated industries, reputation management in times of crisis, and overcoming adversity and getting a business back on track to profitable growth. Case studies and panels featuring some of the nation's most accomplished women entrepreneurs will be presented and moderated by BLACK ENTERPRISE Editorial Director Sonia Alleyne and Senior Multimedia Content Producer Carolyn H. Brown. Insights from the session will also be shared in real time on Twitter...

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