Networking Presentation by George C. Fraser – Networking Expert and Author

Black Capital Network
Presents  PowerTalk

An Evening with
George C. Fraser
America’s Networking Guru and Minority Business Hall of Famer

Networking Presentation and Biz Pitch Contest

May 9, 2013

5:30 pm – 7:30pm

Frank E. Merriweather, Jr. Library
1324 Jefferson Ave, Buffalo, NY 14208

FREE Admission

Seating is Limited:  Call (716)881-6066 or Email

Why You Should AttendNetworking Workshop May 9, 2013

•    Get tips on how to improve your networking skills from a national expert.
•    Enter the BizPitch Contest to win a special networking prize.
•    Learn about the popular PowerNetworking Conference held in Dallas, Texas.
•    An opportunity to network for business and social connections

About George C. Fraser

•    George C. Fraser is Chairman and CEO of FraserNet, Inc, a 24 year old company engaged in social entrepreneurism.

•    He is considered by many to be the new voice for African Americans and one of the foremost authorities on networking and building effective relationships.

•    He is the author of three books: Success Runs In Our Race; The Complete Guide to Effective Networking in the African American Community (a critically acclaimed bestseller) and Race For Success; The Ten Best Business Opportunities for Blacks In America (selected as one of ten best business books of the year by Booklist) and the most recent, Click:Ten Truths for Building Extraordinary Relationships.

•    He is the founder of the annual PowerNetworking Conference, the largest gathering of Black professionals, business owners and community leaders.

Find out more about PowerNetworking with George at


Motown the Musical Opens on Broadway April 14, 2013 It’s about Music…. It’s about Business…

Motown the Musical is Now on Broadway!
Please attend and experience a true American success story.

View the Opening Night Cerebration Video


Although I was a child during the height of the most popular acts of Motown, I have always been a dedicated fan.  How could a young Black girl growing up in North Carolina not gleam with pride as she viewed three beautiful black women in shiny long gowns singing on The Ed Sullivan Show? Every little girl in my elementary class wanted to be Diana Ross, the lead singer of the Supremes.

I am extremely excited that the Motown Story will finally come to Broadway. As an entrepreneur, I have often spoken about how Mr. Gordy was one of my mentors, although I have never met him.  However, his autobiography, To Be Loved: The Music, the Magic, the Memories of Motown, should be listed among the great business books to read. The story is inspiring and empowering.

Mr. Gordy’s story of building a musical empire is a prime…

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