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BPN Summit 2022: Just Around the Corner

The most highly anticipated event of the year for Black professionals is just around the corner-did you get your ticket yet? The Black Professionals Summit Weekend kicks off at at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino on Wednesday November 9th with an evening opening reception.

Following the opening reception, a full day of professional development takes place at the Hard Rock on Thursday, November 10th. Headlined by Slutty Vegan CEO and Founder Pinky Cole, the day will consist of sessions lead by community leaders spanning diverse industries, attracting Black professionals from across the country. Important topics like landing your first 6 figure role, funding your legacy, influencing your industry, and strategic use of your network are on the table at the 2022 Black Professionals Summit.

Proceeding a summit full of knowledge and professional development, the BPN Summit weekend brings activities centered around connection, unity, and fun. The Wakanda Forever Movie screening takes place at the iPic North Miami Beach on Friday the 11th at 6:30pm bringing the community together in the spirit of cinematic greatness. On Saturday the 12th, a Legacy Building forum lead by Vice Chair Oliver Gilbert III takes place at Top Golf. The day consists of topics like building a multifamily investment portfolio and creating bankable consumer products, ending with a golf mixer.

As the grand finale to the Black Professionals Summit Weekend, a closing yacht party and social takes place at the Wharf Miami on Sunday the 13th between 11 am and 3 pm. Get your tickets for a highly anticipatory summit today at bpnsummit.org!

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