Women’s History Month Guest: Tasha Briscoe

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Women’s History Month Feature:

African American Female Entrepreneurs

I feel a duty and honor to feature women who look like me on my blog this month. In doing this, I expose their businesses to you.
Please make sure you check these amazing women out and support their businesses.

Tasha Briscoe
LB Innovations
Creative Director
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Pinterest: LBInnovations
Years in Business
Where is your target market location? DC, Chicago, Etc.?
Who is your target audience?
Creative couples with a flexible budget and vivid imagination!
What’s the “Why” behind your business?
Pursue my passion while providing for my family and continuously being a part of new beginnings.
How will people benefit from an experience with you?
Amazing memories of their event.
Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
Leveraged as an expert, traveling for speaking engagements in my industry.
Who inspires you and why?
Daryl Wilson because he is a risk taker in the event industry and Oprah because she shattered ceilings and built her own empire, despite the naysayers.
Any advice for those who want to become an entrepreneur?
Do it! Plan well, consider the challenges and know there will be obstacles. Never forget why you started or what ignites your passion.
If you could give your 18-year-old self-advice, what would it be?
Travel hunni!
Share a quote/scripture/song that motivates you?
I can do ALL things through Christ that gives me strength! Ephesians 3:14

24 thoughts on “Women’s History Month Guest: Tasha Briscoe

    1. Thank you so much Tomiko. I agree it’s important that we as women celebrate each other whenever the opportunity poses itself. Tanya is definitely doing an amazing job by providing a platform for US to connect. Tasha Briscoe, connect with me @LBinnovationa

    1. Thank you KemKem, my work is only a reflection of my amazing clients and the vision they provide. Tasha Briscoe, connect with me @LBinnovations

  1. I love this feature and I love to see us supporting each other! Her work is beautiful I like her advice to her 18 yr old self. I know she has much success ahead of her! 🙂

  2. I personally know Tasha and she is such a sweet soul! You picked an awesome woman in our community! Congratulations Tasha!

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