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Hybrid Model Operations Management & Consulting for entrepreneurs that own 2+ for-profits and philanthropic programs within the same business model.
Culture specific & strategic solutions to capital attainment, maintenance, operations and accountability for professional services entrepreneurs and their ventures.
Making manufacturing what it was in the Midwest again. “Businesses Don’t Have Voices In Government Until Someone Gives It One.” -Dr. Jazzmine Nolan-Echols
Supporting community led organizations with goals to invest in, scale and grow neighborhood businesses without the internal & external capacity to do so independently.
The Coin Culture is a membership community of high level self-employed professionals, business owners and entrepreneurs implementing strategic approaches to solve their problems towards establishing and sustaining multi-generational wealth.
There is a lot of research capital, funding and labor spent on telling the world how black people don’t do well in business via reports, white papers and studies of all kinds. What these studies fail to do is communicate what we do well in business, and how what we do well can not be compared to other races.
It’s time that business news in the media reflects the finances, data, stories, interviews, announcements, drama, profit performance or lack thereof of more companies than the Fortune 1,000-500.
After 10+ years consulting businesses on the operational hangups costing their business models hundreds of thousands of dollars, Dr. Jazzmine Nolan-Echols has put her appreciation for strategic system development to use as an advisor for several medium sized companies.
Working with national and international government, finance and banking institutions, colleges and universities, transportation, lodging, software and technology companies to increase access to tools necessary for entrepreneurs.
There is a lot of talk about budgeting, advising and investing around money targeted towards black people. Meanwhile none of these things are the reason for, or activities of wealth building or sustainability.
The primary reason research says black businesses are not successful in the first 18 months is access to capital. Although I know there are hundreds of other reasons, all of which directly relate to business acumen, I’ve chosen to solve the problem research presents.
Media not reflecting black business finances, scaling, progression, stories, history, interviews, etc. does a disservice to today’s market that has millions of black business owners. Without representation of black business in the media outside of PR announcements, one would assume black businesses have no place in any market or industry; it is the furthest from the truth.
Most Entrepreneurs and Business Owners don’t understand why the COO is one of the most valuable members of any progressive team. Learn about the characteristics of your Community’s Chief Operating Officer:
One role of a COO is to lead the execution of strategies developed by the top management team. The COO typically takes responsibility for delivering results on a day-to-day, quarter-to-quarter basis in order to keep the business performing at its peak.
Dr. Jazzmine Nolan-Echols practices execution of enterprise level businesses led by entrepreneurs at Marie Management.
Some companies bring a COO on board to mentor a young or inexperienced CEO (often a founder). A rapidly growing entrepreneurial venture might seek an industry veteran with seasoning, wisdom, and a rich network who can develop both the CEO and the emerging business.
Dr. Jazzmine Nolan-Echols practices as a mentor for new, existing and exiting entrepreneurs as well as business owners Nationally & Internationally of all ages, industries and backgrounds.
Sometimes, the CEO is simply the kind of person who works best with a partner. This can lead to what’s been called a “two in a box” model and is similar to what authors David Heenan and Warren Bennis have termed “co-leadership.”
Dr. Jazzmine Nolan-Echols is the partner for entrepreneur’s leading medium sized companies at Marie Management.
In many cases, the primary reason to establish a COO position is to groom—or test—a company’s CEO-elect. The broad purview of the job allows an heir apparent to learn the whole company: its business, environment, and people.
Dr. Jazzmine Nolan-Echols is the heir apparent during the auditing to outcome process.
Yes, I have a partnership with another black owned and funded investment company that prefers to fund ventures earning beyond $5M in manufacturing, telecommunications, media and technology.
No. I invest my own funds and business systems into the professional services companies & entrepreneurs I invest in. Soon I will accept the funds of other investors for the 314 Campaign to be launched.
2 weeks - 30 days depending on the size and internal capacity of the company being audited.
Yes. Nationally & Internationally
Yes. Nationally & Internationally
Yes. My goal is to ensure that investors and leaders in the ecosystem understand, implement and invest in culture specific approaches, systems and solutions. Ensuring that results in the minority owners & entrepreneurs of their organizations not only scale their companies but become competitive in their markets.
Yes. Members of the Coin Culture receive 10% off of services, admission and products.