Entrepreneur, domestic violence survivor and lawyer, Brittney Bogues is also the offspring of an NBA legend.
When she started her business, she was committed to providing specialized services to clients who had a clear idea of what they needed for their communication and event needs. Building a team of professionals that complement your skills and adopting and improving systems are two critical lessons she learned from her previous company. Bogues Group can constantly grow and produce high caliber work that impacts our clients and our community by taking these two lessons to heart.
She gained practical knowledge working for other people, but before starting her own business, she felt coerced, unable to use her creativity, and unhappy. She prayed before giving me two weeks notice to start my own business. She understood from my previous business that she needed to have mechanisms in place, a distinct brand identity and a unique selling proposition.
She also discovered the value of automation and delegation, so it was crucial to build a great team in areas where she was not. She observed a trend in all the other entrepreneurs she had seen while following my entrepreneurial journey. They all fail but don’t give up and lose heart. Instead, they incorporate it into their next project as a lesson learned. By building on her strengths and directly addressing her flaws, she had to develop and maintain self-awareness.
Brittney is a rising young woman who is enthusiastic about teaching and empowering young girls about self worth. She founded All In Public Relations on advertising, event planning and the developing field of electronic media and served as its former CEO. Brittney can get her former clients published in essential magazines thanks to her “Go Hard or Go Home” leadership.
Some of Brittney’s clients have worked for prestigious media organizations like ESPN, GQ, USA Today and TIME. Brittney, an alumnus of Wake Forest University, has a strong background in sports and has managed strategic relationships and event planning for several professional athletes, businesses and non-profit organizations.