Zora Ball, First Grader, Becomes Youngest Person To Develop Mobile Game App
At 7 years old, Zora Ball has become the youngest person to create a mobile video game. Go Zora!
Bank of America Extended Nearly $11 Billion to Small Businesses in 2013
Bank of America announced plans to expand its small business presence by hiring more than 200 new small business bankers in key markets throughout the nation in 2014.
Diving Into the Mobile Web - How Brands Can Optimize in 2014
For any business, no matter the size, it is vital to have a streamlined and fully functional mobile solution ready for consumers.
Becoming Obama's Favorite Lunch Spot
Obama's favorite lunch spot Taylor Gourmet was financed with an SBA-backed loan.
Social Media for Social Good: Going Beyond Facebook and Twitter
Are you the founder of a non-profit organization? Many organizations use social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter to raise awareness, mobilize volunteers and source donations. But there are newer social media platforms that can leverage social media for social good such as Instagram, Pinterest and Vine.
iUrban Teen Tech Founder Deena Pierott Introduces Teens to STEM Disciplines
Deena Pierott is the founder of iUrban Teen Tech, a program that exposes underserved teens to career opportunities within science and technology. She was also honored as a White House Champion of Change and recognized as one of Ebony Magazine’s 2013 Top 100.
Central Virginia African American Chamber of Commerce
The mission of the Central Virginia African American Chamber of Commerce is to strengthen the community by supporting and promoting the recycling of dollars within the African American community. We will realize this mission by educating the African American business and consumer base on the value of doing business with one another.
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