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. […]

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 […]

How The Gig Economy Can Help Black People Become Entrepreneurs

Have you noticed how many Black people are Ubering these days? How about the folks that deliver food or otherwise gig? Does it seem like they are disproportionately Black? Well they are, in fact. There are negatives associated with this new “gig economy” but there is a great silver lining — the gig economy is […]

Don’t Ignore The Kids Selling Water On The Block

It’s the most basic form of entrepreneurship and just maybe the most overlooked — kids hustling water, Gatorade or lemonade on the block during the summer months. Some find them annoying while others simply ignore them. But look closer and you’ll see aspiring entrepreneurs who, with our support, can grow to bigger and better things. […]