Meet The Black Woman Who Owns A Professional Sports Franchise

Women’s sports are becoming increasingly popular. Nike recently reported that The U.S. Women’s World Cup jersey’s are currently their highest selling soccer jerseys — male or female. WNBA ratings are higher than they’ve been in the last five years. That being said, there’s still a very small percentage of women in ownership and executive positions […]

We Lost The Beauty Supply Industry, Now Black Entrepreneurs Are Taking It Back

Generations of Korean Americans went to college, thanks to Black women. Korean Americans control roughly 70 percent of the beauty supply stores in the country but their children have little interest in taking over those stores. They aspire to careers they deem better than owning a beauty supply store. The education, career options and privilege […]

Black Entrepreneurs: Here Are The 3 Basic Mistakes You’re Making

Growing a business is tough but some of you are making it harder than it needs to be. There are many challenges that will inevitably come when running a business so the idea is to not create new hurdles that can be avoided. Here are a few common mistakes we see business owners making routinely. […]

Who Got Next? Meet The Next Black Moguls – Pt. 1

A Series Taking a Closer Look at the Next Generation of Entrepreneurs and the People Ensuring Their Success Generation Z expects their salary for their first job out of college to be $46,799. The Ultimate Guide to Generation Z, found that Gen Z job seekers have high expectations when it comes to their salaries and […]

Black Owned Publishing Company Is Helping Black Creatives Monetize Their Writings

The Literary Revolutionary is helping the Black community take control of our writing. A movement is happening in literature, one that is creating literary legacies by documenting and publishing our stories and expertise in books, while also educating literary professionals on how to execute their craft and become “authorpreneurs.” One of the chief soldiers in […]

North Philly Man Starts Barber Academy To Teach Black Kids Entrepreneurship

Prentice Michael Boone didn’t start cutting hair because it was in his life plan. At the age of 12 he just didn’t have the money for a cut so he decided to experiment and see what happened. He did okay. Today Boone (P. Micahel) owns a barber shop and runs a nonprofit serving the North […]

NBA Players Realizing Importance of Ownership

Ownership among professional athletes is at an all-time high. The stereotype of the young, rich, Black athlete recklessly spending money and going broke is all but dead. Today’s professional athletes are investing in industries like tech, media, crypto-currency and ride sharing, to name a few. Self-empowerment is the new cool. Kevin Durant, Venture Capitalist When […]

Why Do Black Businesses Charge So Much Though?

You’ve heard that question before and you may have asked it a time or two. Walmart can sell you a bar of Dove soap for around a dollar but a Black entrepreneur making soap might easily be twice that. What gives? There are a variety of factors that influence pricing but let’s just take a […]

Black Organization Awards Over $36k in Seed Funding to Teen Businesses

Entrepreneurship is one of the best vehicles for Black communities and families to generate wealth. Even so, the opportunities for us to learn to become entrepreneurs are often very limited. Unless your city is resource rich, you’ve gone to a college or university with a strong business program, or you’re lucky enough to find a […]

Black Hollywood Rocking Black Luxury Designers

When it comes to fashion these days Black Hollywood is becoming more conscious of the names that they rock. In addition to big luxury brands like Gucci, Fendi, or Prada, they are now seeking out more diverse, high end brands, while still turning heads. Celebs like Michelle Obama and the Carters are not only spending […]