Internationally acclaimed motivational speaker, philanthropist and celebrity shoe designer Etu Evans live in Columbus, Ohio. Mr Evans stood impecably dressed before a packed house of entreprenurial enthusiast at the Spice Lounge presented by Network Your Life.
Etu spoke from the theme Foot Prints to Greatness to inspire business leaders to overcome their fears in starting a business or obstacles that may impede them from taking their business to the next level. . Evans stated, “you don’t have to be great to get started , but you have to get started to be great. Additionally, greatness is the ability to reach out far by reaching deep within.” Etu’s delivery brought the audience to their feet. His Harlem swagger and eclectic mix of scholar and creative genius transfixed all in attendence. As a result he will be re-booked in the fall for the Footprints to Greatness Tour. Continue reading
It’s a shoe thing in the world of Etu Evans…
The Purple Boot Initiative Open House 2008 at the Harlem Day Charter School in Harlem, NY with Founder and designer Etu Evans, Directors Marlon Ragland and Dante Jones and The visionary PBI boys.
Photo credit by PBI photographer and mentor Derrick Salters.
The 34 year young Evans believes his various lines “will be a global phenomenon.”
He’s a real sole brother. Harlemite Etu Evans’ high fashion shoe and accessory designs have graced the pages of scores of publications, and celebrities such
as Tyra Banks, Halle Berry, Beyoncé, Danny Glover, and Steve Harvey don his upscale treats for the feet. The 34 year young Evans believes his various lines “will be a global phenomenon”.
Going by the recent past, Evans’ clear vision is well-grounded. In 2004, Martell featured him in a chic ad campaign and Crain’s magazine designated the Evans Group as one of the best small businesses in New York. Continue reading
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