Local African American Entrepreneur Kicked Off Six-Figure Stylist Tour in Philadelphia

Local African American Entrepreneur Kicked Off Six-Figure Stylist Tour in Philadelphia

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Yolanda Keels-Walker poses with local stylist and future female entrepreneurs.

Serial entrepreneur, author and small business strategist, Yolanda Keels-Walker, is committed to elevating other women by providing them with her tools for success through her Six-Figure Stylist Tour.  The national tour, which kicked off in Philadelphia this past weekend, will make stops in Washington D.C., New York, Boston and Chicago.  During the four-hour workshop, attendees learned first-hand the method on how to become a Six-Figure Stylist, which includes: Branding, Clientele Management, Social Media Influence and Achieving Financial Goals.

Speakers, John Proctor, Ricky Codio, Afea Tucker and Yolanda Keels-Walker, pose with graduates following VIP reception.

Additionally, attendees received valuable information from industry experts. These industry experts shared their secrets on building a successful brand and the importance of becoming financially stable. John Proctor, Financial Expert shared his knowledge on setting realistic financial goals, while starting your business. Afea Tucker, Public Relations Expert and Ricky Codio, Celebrity Photographer shared the importance of utilizing social media to gain exposure for your brand and the importance of building relationships with local media and bloggers.

Honoree, Wanda Mora, Stylist and Salon Owner, poses with Yolanda Keels-Walker following VIP reception.

Following the workshop, local female entrepreneurs were honored for their contributions and for being trailblazers in the beauty industry during a VIP reception.

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