BE NEXT: 13 Young Innovators Driving the Business of Design

Teman and Teran Evans, 32, Founders of DIOSCURI, NYC

Teman and Teran have been able to use their Harvard architecture degrees for entrepreneurial advancement. They have expanded their jewelry and apparel line, DIOSCURI, into a brand consulting firm for major players in the design industry such as David Rockwell, high-profile design schools, and television networks such as HGTV, which has allowed them to create design innovations for Starbucks, luxury hotels, and department stores. DIOSCURI had revenue of $750,000 in 2011. Projects for 2012 are $1 million. To read more about the Evanses, check out the January 2012 issue of Black Enterprise.

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