Supporting minority entrepreneurs on a GLOBAL SCALE!!! 

beau 2On November 14, founders of the Beau Exchange company, Majella Mark, Stephanie Fortunat, and Esther Obanero, will be celebrating their company’s launch party and charity event!! The event will take place at The Griffin (located on 50 Gansevoort Street New York, NY).

Now, I know you’re probably wondering, “What is the Beau Exchange”? 

Beau Exchange is a company dedicated to supporting minority entrepreneurs and innovators within the beauty industry, in order to build the community’s economy. From skin care, fragrances, make-up, and hair care, Beau Exchange is a website which caters to an assortment of products, appealing to ethnic consumers on a global scale.

Funds will be raised for the reImagining campaign (idistudios.com) where renowned photographer Ijeoma Iheanacho is creating an exhibit of 100 women to eliminate stereotypes placed on them by the media.

The event is a celebration of women entrepreneurs of color, and will be filled with great vibes as people are invited to come out, drink, eat, and network amongst some of the most influential and innovative entrepreneurs! Special guest host Janell Hazelwood of Black Enterprise and LA Sunshine will be in the building!

Time: 8pm-11pm

Don’t miss the open bar filled with specialty drinks (8pm-9pm)… there will also be raffles and giveaways!!

For ticket purchases click here, if you have any questions please contact Bree via email at bree.speakss@gmail.com or on instagram @grindmode_bree!!

“AMBITIOUS” That’s the best way to describe Brooklyn native newcomer to the scene ‘Bree’.

A graduate of Long Island University- Brooklyn, she obtains a degree in English.

From the tender age of 5, Bree has always enjoyed the pleasures of writing. She would write about anything from short stories to poems and more. Writing always came natural to her, as it was her escape for self-expression.

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