Entrepreneurs of The Week

Every week, we love to highlight the most afflatus young people doing illuminating acts in their everyday communities. Seeing young people follow their hearts and pursuing their crafts that greatly affect the people around them is beautiful to watch. Today we are celebrating two different groups of people that are building powerful brands in their communities, @HBCUPridenation and @KreativeCoaching (Instagram names).  
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@HBCUPridenation is a LLC that promotes  “the significance of historical relevance and unity of HBCUs to increase national positive awareness and enrollment of our institutions”. They also operate the wealth building IG, @HBCUWallstreet, educating young people in finance. The men behind this business and organization is Travis Jackson, @travispjacksonllc; CEO and founder of @HBCUPridenation, HBCU “Top 30 under 30”, NCAT Alumnus Youth Advocate, and Jeremiah Chapman, @Aspiration_Unlimited; Director of Engagement, activist, poet, and U.S. House of Rep Liaison.


This dynamic team comprised of educated young black people have started an unique brand that takes prospective and current students and inspire and empower them, while spreading school spirit. It’s great that they work with a variety of Student Government Associations, Campus Activity Boards, and even HPN leaders to highlight accomplishments, school unity, and positivity at these universities. To contact this team and shop for awesome apparel go to https://hbcupridenation.ecwid.com/. @HBCUPridenation keep up the great work and continue to build these students up! 445357106_1280x720

Next we have @KreativeCoaching, comprised of the brand’s developers Justin Cossey and Tevin Maxwell. These two Savannah State University students started this urban stylistic clothing line to “kreate stuff and 2 blow ya mind”, and that’s what they did. Last year, Savannah State University challenged the creators of @KreativeCoaching to design shirts for the university. They successfully completed this task and came up with trail blazing designs that were sold at the campus’s bookstore.  The vibe that @KreativeCoaching clothing gives off is a 90s flav meets modern-day new wave flow. They push the envelope when it comes to self-expression with such a rich and refreshing style that can’t be duplicated. How dope is Kreative Coaching? So dope that they took different styles, patterns, and designs from the 90s, revamped it to expose the fun and creative side of fashion. How dope is Kreative Coaching? So dope that… well, how about you guys go see for your self, click the link http://www.kreativecoaching.com/ to shop, contact, and get in tune with your inner Kreativity! Keep the streets fly @KreativeCoaching. You’re doing an amazing job! home-banner-04

Thanks for reading.

Published by NoExpectations4Us

No Expectations 4 Us is a group of intelligent, creative, artistic, and inspiring young people willing to push the limits of societal expectations and voice the issues of today. We want to show the world a first look of up and coming artists, musicians, entrepreneur, writers, videographers, comedians, actresses, etc. These young people are following their dreams in any and every field and industry they step in, and refuse to look back. We share videos and posts of interviews on issues such as music, poetry, race, gender/ gender roles, religion, non-religion, spirituality, sexuality, love/hate and any other controversial issue that can be debated. We publish your views. We voice your opinions. We show your photos, and we acknowledge your accomplishments to show the world how amazing the youth is.

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