Bouje Publishes New Kids’ Book – #3 of the Future Business Leaders’ Series – Wyatt’s Laughing Lark

19 08 2011
Teaching kids business

Wyatt's Laughing Lark - available now!

ATLANTA, GA, August 16, 2011 — Bouje Publishing announces the release of the third adventure book of the preteen Future Business Leaders Series : Wyatt’s Laughing Lark and the Search for the Secret Map, ISBN-13: 978-0-9779265-3-4Read full press release >>

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Womenetics and Porsche Cars NA Honor Bouje Publishing’s Jennifer Bouani with the 2011 POW! Award

25 04 2011

ATLANTA, GA – (April 25, 2011) – Womenetics and Porsche Cars North America honor Jennifer Bouani, author and owner of Bouje Publishing, with the 2011 POW! Award for her passion to teach kids entrepreneurship through her children’s book series, the Future BusinessLeaders Series™. Read the rest of the press release>>

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Bouje Honored by Corporate Volunteer Council of Atlanta (CVC) for Dedication to Community Service

20 09 2009

ATLANTA, GA, September 20, 2009 — Bouje Publishing was awarded the 2009 Emerging Program Award which recognizes an employee volunteer program that is less than 2 years old and has achieved significant results. Bouje Publishing, who specializes in teaching kids business concepts and entrepreneurial skill, ran Preparing Kids for Success, a program that taught pre-teens leadership, business, and entrepreneurship skills while providing support to parents and educators. Participating students started businesses, giving up to 20% of their profits to non-profits in their communities. Additionally, the students have seen an improvement in their reading, writing, and math skills.

In late August, eight Atlanta corporations were named finalist for IMPACT (Involvement Means People Acting Together) of outstanding volunteer programs. The Awards ceremony was held September 17th at the World of Coca Cola. Winners and runner-ups were recognized in four categories. The IMPACT winner was awarded a $15,000 grant given to the nonprofit partner of their choice, and the other winners each received $5,000 grants for their non-profit partners.

Emerging Program Award
Winner: Bouje Publishing
Non-profit Partner: Junior Achievement of Georgia
Runner-up: Teradata Corporation

Innovative/Collaborative Program Award
Winner: The Coca Cola Company
Non-profit Partner: Hand on Atlanta
Runner-up: UPS

Project Award
Winner: Bank of America
Non-profit Partner: Neighbors to Family
Runner-up: Jordan, Jones & Goulding

IMPACT Award:
Winner: Atlanta Gas Light
Non-profit Partner: Cool Girls, Inc
Runner-up: Georgia Natural Gas

The nominations for this year’s IMPACT awards prove that Atlanta businesses and corporations, despite a difficult economic climate, continue to dedicate themselves to giving back to the communities in which they do business,” said CVC of Atlanta president and Atlanta Gas Light’s Jodie Huiet. “We could not be more excited about honoring these eight companies for the excellent programs and community service projects they’ve undertaken in 2009.

About the Corporate Volunteer Council of Atlanta (CVC)
The Corporate Volunteer Council of Atlanta http://www.cvcofatlanta.org is a leading professional association of Atlanta area businesses that promotes employee volunteerism in the corporate sector and provides a forum for networking, learning corporate best practices, research and local trends. The CVC of Atlanta is the local arm of the Points of Light Foundation-Hands On Network, a national nonprofit, non-partisan organization. The CVC of Atlanta includes more than 75 Atlanta corporations with employee populations ranging from 10 to 32,000 employees.

About Bouje Publishing

Bouje Publishing publishes The Future Business Leaders’ Series, a set of fiction adventure books that introduce pre-teens to the concepts of business and entrepreneurship. The message crosses all geographic, gender, racial and socioeconomic lines by empowering kids to reach for their dreams while learning real life lessons. The lessons covered in the series can make all the difference in a kid’s future: the importance of dreaming big, protecting an idea, fighting doubts, building self-esteem, hiring the right people, finding the right real estate, listening to customers, branding, knowing the competition, networking, and achieving success. For more information visit http://www.boujepublishing.com
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Bouani Top 5 Finalists for Small Business Person of the Year

22 05 2009

Bouje Publishing’s Hicham Bouani was named a Top 5 Finalists for Small Business Persons of the Year by the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce.  Full press release >>





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