Hazlo Emma

Hazlo Emma is a Business Development, Digital Strategist & optimistic personal Coach in the Financial, Writing, and Social Media Space for Startups and Small Businesses. She has a knack for numbers with an advisory role to tech-averse clientele. Emma is an inspiration to newbies, founders, CEOs, and B2B enthusiasts, challenging each one to impact their world, a step at a time with innovative strategies. Her mantra is creating lasting memorable experiences consistently, with the delivery of excellent and faster results (offline and online) for higher returns on investment. whilst exceeding the expectations of prospects. Currently working on publishing books from her interactions, she is a team member at http://www.thextraordinarionly.com where they test affordable DIY innovative business and social media marketing tips, tweaks, hacks, strategies that greatly improve engagement, branding, and share their experiences. Hazlo Emma follows real-time trends in Small Business, Startup World, Social Media, Social Impact Matters, Leadership, Fin-tech, Big Data, Analytics, Robotics, IoT, Artificial and Hybrid Intelligence, in addition to frequently answering questions on Quora! She is a Global Juror of the 5th Global Entreps Awards & 5Gcitizens International Congress nominating exceptional and outstanding individuals under the guidance of the United Nations’ SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals). Hazlo Emma is a co-author of Crawl Outta Debt Now.

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