In this episode our host, Financial Education Specialist Akeiva Ellis, MSFP, CPA/PFS, CFP®, ChSNC®, sits down with James Lindsay, a highly successful Miami-based entrepreneur and the Founder & CEO of Rap Snacks. He scaled Rap Snacks to a multi-million-dollar company selling mostly 25 cent bags of chips. James recounts his entrepreneurial journey and the role philanthropy has played in his life. He also shares his advice for aspiring entrepreneurs and financial services professionals seeking to work with Black clients. Please listen to disclosures at the end of this podcast or read disclosures at the bottom of this page.
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