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The Wait’s Finally Over Labor Wayne Weekend Featuring Rare Essence & Team Familiar

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Date(s) - 08/31/2019 - 09/01/2019
10:00 pm - 3:00 am

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EchoStage

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The Wait’s Finally Over
Labor Wayne Weekend
Featuring
Rare Essence & Team Familiar

Saturday, August 31st
at Echo Stage 10p-3a

Music by DJ Dirty Rico and DJ Big John

For Tickets & Tables call
D&T ENTERTAINMENT 202.380.2745
Epic Concepts 202.734.1464
100 PROOF Ent 202.642.3906
Brotherly Love 202.815.5756

Online Tickets
https://rareessenceteamfamiliar2019.eventbrite.com/

Tickets Available at the following DTLR Locations:
Eastover
Minnesota Ave
Rhode Island Ave
Iverson Mall

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These Ecom Experts Share Their Secrets To Succeeding As Digital Entrepreneurs

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Here is a list of an elite few of the top Ecommerce experts from all over the world, and their advice for how to break through the chatter and find success as a digital entrepreneur in the Ecom world

Ecommerce, also known as electronic commerce or internet commerce, has likely created more success stories across more industries than any other opportunity in the past century.  It has created a separate economy, all online, that has given entrepreneurs the opportunity to disrupt every industry.  Fashion, beauty, electronics, jewelry, cars and even the real estate industry, as well as every other retail and consumer-based industry has been affected by the rise of digital marketplaces.  Here is a list of an elite few of the top Ecommerce experts from all over the world, and their advice for how to break through the chatter and find success as a digital entrepreneur in the Ecom world.

Jordan Menard, CEO of Media Buyer Mastery

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Five Marketing Trends For Now — And What They’re Trying To Tell Us

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Spotting the “next big thing” can seem as tricky as choosing the best wave to surf before it’s begun to build. Even the most seasoned trendspotters — myself included — have uttered (or at least thought) the words: “I didn’t see that coming.”

Some trends explode without anyone spotting them on the horizon. This is the complexity of the waters we as marketeers navigate every day and what makes it such a fascinating business to work in. There’s little time to gather thoughts or take stock before the big wave has passed by those who weren’t alert to its potential.

Marketing has changed more in the past five years than in the five decades before it. This velocity of change shows no sign of slowing; here are five marketing trends that speak volumes about today’s audience — catch them while you can.

1.    Diamonds Are Forever

The diamond-jewelry phenomenon sweeping the U.S. and China has caught many off guard—not many foresaw that Millennials and their Gen-Z successors would drive the gemstone’s resurgence. Unexpected, right? But according to De Beers’ Insight Report, Millennials account for 60% of diamond jewelry demand in the U.S. and almost 80% in China.

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You Definitely Need an Elevator Pitch. Here’s a Simple Way to Create One.

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What’s an elevator pitch? “It’s the rare ability to capture the interest and imagination of someone you have just met–in about the time it would take both of you to enter an elevator, travel down to the lobby level, and then cross the office building foyer together.”

That definition is by Mark Wiskup, author of The It Factor: Be the One People Like, Listen To, and Remember. Here’s why elevator pitches are so important, according to Wiskup: “Great communicators, those who connect quickly and strongly with others all the time, know how to communicate the essence of their message–succinctly and in a memorable way–whether or not there’s an elevator in sight.” 

Effective elevator pitches, writes Wiskup, are “memorable, vivid, and unique to your voice and the way you talk.”

Once you know how to deliver your elevator pitch, you can use it all the time: “at industry conferences, at community networking meetings, on soccer or Little League fields, or at the board meetings at church.”

There are many methods you can use to build a pitch–for example, here’s how to overcome many common obstacles–but today I’ll share Wiskup’s four-step approach:

1. Describe your business without using any (not even a little) jargon

“The first words that come out of your mouth in your elevator pitch should be a brief and memorable description of your business,” writes Wiskup.

Easy, right? Not so fast! “Here comes the hard part: I’m going to ask that your description exclude all industry jargon” because jargon “destroys your ability to be compelling and unique.”

By Alison Davis Founder and CEO, Davis & Company @alisonbdavis

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