Sistahs in Business Expo offers celebrity guest speakers, networking, and business opportunities

Updated: Aug 5, 2021

Never been to a Sistahs in Business Expo (SIB Expo)? Well, there is still time. With stops in the DMV, Atlanta, and Newark, the SIB Expo is the country's only multi-city small business expo created specifically to celebrate and empower entrepreneurial women of color, the largest and fastest-growing demographic of entrepreneurs in the nation.

Created by founder and CEO, Aisha Taylor Issah and team established the SIB Expo to celebrate, enhance and advance the numerous achievements of entrepreneurial women. The SIB Expo provides an accessible platform where entrepreneurs of various trades and businesses of all sizes can significantly expand their reach and grow exponentially at an affordable price point. Attendees can expect dynamic speakers and panelists providing insight on how to create, build and maintain a thriving business along with organic networking opportunities; giveaways, and door prizes.

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If you are in or around the Washington D.C./Maryland/Virginia area on August 7th, stop by the Samuel Riggs IV Alumni Center at the University of Maryland College Park. Doors open at 10:00 AM with pre-event tickets starting at $10.00.

With over 75 diverse vendors displaying both products and services, prepare to be encouraged by confirmed speakers supermodel, serial entrepreneur, and media personality, Cynthia Bailey as well as media personality, fashion influencer, & author Bevy Smith.

I had to wonderful opportunity to chat with Aisha about the Sistahs in Business Expo as well as the Sistah Shop and the Sistahs in Business University. When you click the interview below, learn more about her and her mission to help women start, grow, and scale their businesses.

For more information on the SIB Expo, and/or for ticket information, please visit On social media, please follow on Twitter and Instagram @SIBExpo and Facebook @SistahsinBusinessExpo.


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