We’ve launched SLEM Magazine, our monthly publication featuring events, advertisements, and articles covering the city’s most influential people and stories. Advertise with #SLEMMAG Today!
A component of SLEM’s brand captures media-worthy content and conversations via podcasting, and video; #SLEMtv. Have client(s), brand(s), idea(s), and/or talent? Utilize SLEM TV.
Fashion + Food + Fun + Entertainment + Community = #SLEMFEST. We bring together Houston’s talent, business, and community in the name of pure “edu-tainment” and festivity. Sponsor &/or Invest with us!
We’ve got a creative edge! SLEM Mag bridges print media with digital technology, providing a direct call-to-action for our readers to access any business site, event tickets, and featured content by way of “SLEM-codes” (qr codes). That’s right; a simple “Scan & Go” feature throughout our publication (available online & in print).
| Give it a Try. Point your phone’s camera over the code positioned at the top of the SLEM Mag – February cover (left), and simply tap the pop-up link. Note: Some devices lacking updates may not be equipped with this feature.
We’ve upgraded the “ordinary” fashion show experience and have included a production filled with entertainment, catered food, vendors, and Houston’s top talent and influencers. This quarterly event, Debuted February 8th, 2020. The next date is scheduled to be May 2nd, 2020.
THE MINORITY REPORT
[BEFORE SLEM MAGAZINE]
WAP was responsible for creating and producing the Small Business & Diversity Expo. Since 2005, the city of New Orleans has been described in two eras: “before the storm,” and “after the storm.” One of the greatest triumphs of New Orleans, before the storm, was that the small business community thrived; but after the storm, it was the small business community that was hurt the most. It was from this observation that the “Small Business & Diversity Business Expo” was created…
| The primary purpose of the Minority Report was to expose the available capacity here in the region, and to encourage the mayor and city council to have the information or business connectivity needed to uphold the ordinance and its’ goals. The other goal for the Minority Report was to allow businesses and organizations participating in the report to commit their business to being listed in the 3rd annual edition. The Report was a resource guide for businesses owned and operated by diverse members of the community who will benefit by being centrally located in a publication accessible to the local, state, and federal government, privately-owned businesses, political leaders, and especially residents of the local community.
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