Moziah Bridges, 11-Year-Old Entrepreneur, Bringing Back The Bow Tie With 'Mo's Bows': Forbes
Via Huffington Post
This dapper 11-year-old fashion entrepreneur is showing the world that you can start your business at any age.
What I Wish I'd Known as a Struggling CEO
Was it easy? Of course not. But nine months after leaving my start-up behind, I know what I would have done differently.
Daymond John: Secrets From a Master Brand Builder
Inc.'s Scott Gerber goes one-on-one with FUBU creator Daymond John on building an effective pitch, a killer brand and a profitable business.
African-American’s Buying Power Projected to be $1.1 Trillion By 2015
The spending power of African Americans has been underrepresented drastically; marketing to African Americans is advantage to any business.
From 1963 to 2013: Is black America better off 50 years after ‘I Have a Dream’
Via The Grio
It has been 50 years since the historic March on Washington; African-Americans have made strides in income but there is still a huge wealth gap.
15 Business Etiquette Rules Every Professional Needs To Know
If you are planning a business meeting over lunch soon, keep these rules of etiquette handy.
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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