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Texas Black Expo: Empowering African-American Businesses

The annual Texas Black Expo, the state’s largest African-American empowerment festival, runs Thursday through Sunday (June 11-14) at the George R. Brown Convention Center. The four-day event features speakers from the business world, business advice for African-American entrepreneurs, a trade show, and a concert. Houston businessman Jerome Love founded the event in 2004 because, he […]

The annual Texas Black Expo, the state’s largest African-American empowerment festival, runs Thursday through Sunday (June 11-14) at the George R. Brown Convention Center.

The four-day event features speakers from the business world, business advice for African-American entrepreneurs, a trade show, and a concert.

Houston businessman Jerome Love founded the event in 2004 because, he says, a big part of strengthening African-American communities in Texas means strengthening African-American businesses. We welcome your questions and comments for Jerome Love.

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