July/August 2018 Issue


The July/August 2018 Issue is Atlanta Tribune’s annual Salute to Minority Business Owners, honoring the 2018 picks for Business Owners of the year: Ralph “Ted” Phillips, William A. Taylor and Chondra Webster-Myers. Also in this issue, we cover some bases for small businesses on how to tighten up – from marketing and succession planning tips to a hearty guide to refreshing your company culture. Because our main goal is for you, as a small business owner, to win. Last but not least, our editors spell out five tech hacks for small business owners to become more efficient and productive. Don’t miss this great resource, order your copy today!


July/August 2018 Issue

Business Owners of the Year
Ralph “Ted” Phillips, William A. Taylor and Chondra Webster-Myers have made the most of their strategic partnerships with AFLAC and Grady and are telling all.

Succession Planning: The People Approach
An inadequate succession plan tops the list of challenges threatening a business’s long-term health.

Tech Hacks for Small Businesses
Tech tips and tinkers to infuse efficiency and simplicity into your operations.

4 Small Business Trends to Refresh
Biz trends may be fleeting but the takeaways are timeless.

Rock and Retreat
Hotel El Ganzo – a curated chill.
The Hard Rock Hotel – all the cool points.

A Business Owner’s Inside Job: Employees’ Emotional Wellbeing

Behind the Scenes: Sweet Genius
Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta Executive Pastry Chef Lasheeda Perry will be heading to Johnson & Wales University Providence as its 2018 Distinguished Visiting Chef for pastry.

Elon Metoyer Joins Russell New Urban Development

Technology for Business
It’s Time to Ask Alexa How She Can Help You Reach More Customers

Tax Smarts
Tax Breaks for Businesses Hiring New Employees

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