Black business owners are creating businesses at a higher rate than any other demographic, according to FORTUNE.com. The numbers also showed that those businesses had less long-term potential and were less likely to continue operations, due to lack of financial resources or because their environments were less favorable for business promotion.
In “Black Business Success Model: Countering the Myths of our Perceived Weaknesses,” Janneh K. Wright offers a guidebook for creating a new model for th
As educators, we have a responsibility to equip students with the entrepreneurial mindset and skills to break new ground in different industries across the world.
Dr Stuart Jauncey, Managing Director of Les Roches Global Hospitality Education, explains why embracing an entrepreneurial mindset is key to developing future leaders and supporting workplace equality.
Agility and Ambition: A New Workforce for a New Workplace
Aspiring hospitality professionals are no longer limited to the traditiona
For Erica Hardy, make-up was her way to come up… out of depression and homelessness. But wearing it wasn’t enough. She started a professional cosmetics line under the brand name Viola Fox because working for someone else was no longer working for her.
(Founder Demarra Gardner Photo) There's no secret that black female entrepreneurs are on the rise. In fact, they are the fastest growing group of entrepreneurs in the world. According to the State of Women Owned Business Support Report (2015), out of the 30% of women owned businesses, African American women control 14% of these companies, or an estimated 1.3 million businesses, employing 297,500 workers and generating $52.6 billion in revenue.
Nailah's Kitchen May 7th Opening Brings the Taste of Senegal to Baltimore
Not only do we aim to bring the taste of Senegal to Baltimore and beyond, but we want to help improve the communities we are part of...
West African entrepreneur, Mohammed Agbodjogbe, has announced the grand opening of the flagship location for a new chain of restaurants aiming to popularize Senegalese cuisine. On May 7 Nailah's Kitchen, named after his daughter, is slated to open its doors at 5722 York Rd. with casual &