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Walter Hughes, Managing Principal Of Quant16 In Chicago And A Member Of The National Small Business Association (NSBA) Leadership Council, Has Been Named CEO Of TESC.Love (The Entrepreneurial Saving Cities), The Organization Announced Today.

Chicago Business Executive Walter Hughes Named CEO Of Black Business Movement, ‘TESC.LOVE’

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Big News! TESC.Love is featured in Crain's Chicago Business

"It’s what we do, not what we feel. Just Do Business!”

TESC.Love is connecting Black businesses to Chicago’s companies. It’s simple “JUST DO BUSINESS” and prove the free enterprise system works for all of us in Illinois.

TESC.Love gives $1000 dollars to winning scholars

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The summer of 2020 was a difficult time for our nation. The COVID-19 lockdowns were creating tension throughout the country as people were being pushed to the brink. In the midst of all of this …

TESC.Love featured on Omaha Star, as students receive $1,000 calculus award.

EKI-Digital named Hollis Williams as chief executive officer. He will be based in the Charlotte region. Williams replaced Robert Blackwell Jr., who transitioned to chairman of EKI…

Williams brings extensive executive experience in digital transformation leadership. EKI-Digital set to establish Charlotte office as company expands…

TESC.Love is offering $1,000 to Black Omaha high school students who sign up for a calculus class and pass a test. Registration closes on March 15.

During this black history month, TESC.Love is awarding African-American scholars with $1000. Friday marks the kick-off and African-American students in grades 10 through 12 can compete and win the cash price, if they pass a calculus test….

Robert Blackwell Jr. is a Chicago-based American businessman and “a savvy and successful entrepreneur” according to the Los Angeles Times. He features here in episode 291 of our podcast…
Michael Scott has a killer conversation with Robert Blackwell Jr, founder of Killerspin and EKI-Digital. A discussion from Robert Blackwell’s involvement in …
"It’s what we do, not what we feel. Just Do Business!”
During the unrest that followed the death of George Floyd, I received a significant number of calls from non-Black business executives and elected officials asking what…