Washington, DC, Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) February 05, 2016
More than 50 years after passage of the Civil Rights Act and nearly eight years after President Barack Obama’s election, achieving economic empowerment for African-Americans still remains an elusive goal, according to the National Urban League’s 2015 “State of Black America.”
That’s why artist photographer and entrepreneur Georgio Sabino III will follow in the footsteps – literally and figuratively – of long-time mentor, entrepreneur, author and motivational speaker Dr. George C. Fraser, to capture the key moments and messages that will inspire others.
GS3 Inc. is the official photographer for the 2016 FraserNet Power Networking Conference, from May 26-28, 2016, at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in Prince George’s County, Maryland. The theme of this 15th anniversary event is “Accelerate: A New Model for Change.”
“If you have any doubt in your mind whatsoever whether ‘Black Lives Matter’, then networking in our own community among Black America’s most powerful leaders will reaffirm the ability to create, connect, collaborate, communicate and change,” states Sabino. “We absolutely want to leave a legacy of empowerment, inspiration and wealth to our next generations.”
“Nowadays if you want to get noticed, you also have to be digitally visible or you’ll be left behind,” Sabino continued. More than three billion people use the Internet, according to the United Nations agency that monitors international communications. In the U.S., a study by the Pew Research Center indicates at least 74% of online adults use social media for networking.
“But word of mouth and one-on-one personal relationships through networking still remain the best marketing tools to promote your goods or services. Facial recognition with your associated image helps to reinforce your mission and message, whether it’s for printed business cards or social media,” says Sabino.
The GS3 Inc. team will provide daily photographic and video coverage of the event, as well as private corporate or individual photography sessions by advance reservation. Sabino notes, however, that the team schedule already is filling fast with graduation, engagement and wedding date reservations. For more information, go to http://www.news.gs3.us or call (216) 256-7018.
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