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In the six years since Temeria Heard founded Corporate 52 Marketing Group, she’s helped corporations — including her own — increase their brand visibility. “I got into this business because I used to purchase promotional marketing items and every time I received them, I had ideas how they could be better,” Heard says.
WXYX DETROIT — On Sunday, October 13, Spotlight on the News will introduce you to four young enterpreneurs and business owners of color putting their creative footprint on the Motor City. Meet Temeria Heard of Corporate 52 Marketing Group, Ken Porter of the Porter Media Group, Melissa Butler of The Lip Bar and Chinonye Akunne of Ilera Apothecary. Akunne is also a finalist in the Detroit Hatch business competition where the winner will be announced on October 17th.
Major League Baseball (MLB) held its Baseball Winter Meetings in San Diego last week, December 8-12, at the Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego. The annual event brought together representatives from all Major League Baseball teams and their minor league affiliates for a four day off-season networking and deal making extravaganza involving baseball industry executives, media, exhibitors and job seekers intent on doing business in, and with the MLB. Included were a host of informational workshops and activities designed to improve diversity & inclusion within the sport.
Founded in 2013 by Temeria Heard, Corporate 52 Marketing Group is an award-winning, woman owned, full-service promotional marketing and branding company that provides an extensive range of promotional marketing options to increase your corporate brand awareness.
The Detroit Tigers have selected Temeria Heard and her company, Corporate52 Marketing Group, a full-service marketing and specialty advertising company, as the recipient of the 10thannual Jackie Robinson “Most Valuable Diverse Business Partner” award (MVDBP). Heard is the first-ever African American woman in Detroit to receive this award.
Temeria Sings the same tune. Perseverance and faith guide Heard as she serves the marketing needs of large scale clients, such as the Detroit literally a whim, Idecided to start my own company while still working my job, “she recalled.” I call it a divine connection. I was at event for my former boss, and I saw a sign, It had the Detroit Tigers, I sked a guy and the guy Ineeded to meet with was in a meeting.
On Sunday, June 25, Spotlight on the News will focus on the why and how of millennial entrepreneurship. Guests will include: Tim “TM” Smith, CEO & Owner of Skidmore Studio; Rachael Lutz, Owner, Detroit’s Peacock Room and Temeria Heard, President, Corporate 52 Marketing.
Temeria Heard talks being a Black, woman business owner he Detroit Tigers awarded local business owner Temeria Heard with the 10th annual Jackie Robinson “Most Valuable Diverse Business Partner” award, making Heard the first Black woman in Detroit to receive this recognition.
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