Last week, Andrew Jackson joined Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose and a panel of community service agencies and businessmen to provide advice to Cleveland area Women and Minority Business Enterprises (WMBE’s).
As reported by The Real Deal Press,
“Jackson encouraged business owners to obtain MBE certification but not to be comforted by it. It was essential to success, he said, to “get in the big pond. Grow your practice. Get some employees.”
Jackson included his three step process: Think Big, Start Slow, Ramp Up.”
Jackson is CEO of Elsons International.
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