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How to Get Customers Talking About Your Service

Surprise and delight customers and employees to build enthusiasm for your business

Businesses that can figure out how to motivate their teams to go above and beyond…

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MMTC

Multicultural Media Summit Emphasizes ‘Power’ in Empowerment

People of color in media, telecom, broadband, and finance met for a powerful summit

The (MMTC)—which promotes equal opportunity in mass media, and the telecommunications and broadband industry held…

By Samara Lynn

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tropical smoothie cafe

Tropical Smoothie Cafe: Winning Franchise Choice for Athletic Husband and Wife Team

Their passion for working out and healthy food choices help drive their decision to purchase a Tropical Smoothie Cafe franchise

When Tenisha Patterson Brown took on her first client, Everette Brown, little did she know…

By Nancy E Williams

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us

4 Reasons Why You Need to Move Out of the U.S. for At Least a Year

Here's what you need to know if you are thinking about living or working abroad

Here’s what you need to know if you are thinking about moving out of the…

By Maryann Reid

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vision

4 Spiritual Ways to Bring Your Vision to Reality

When God opens a door for your vision to come to pass, nobody can close it

Pastor Marcus Gill, a Millennial who is making major moves, shares fours tips that he…

By Patrice Tartt

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relationship

10 Ways to Help Establish a Strong Banking Relationship

If you aren't BFFs with you banker yet, you should be. Here are nine ways to effectively forge this relationship, and the long-term benefits of this partnership

Are you best friends with your banker? Having a solid relationship with your banker can…

By Cameka Smith

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Black Entrepreneurs

Thank You, Black Entrepreneurs

It’s imperative to remember those who have encouraged us to step out on faith and begin this journey of entrepreneurship

Dear Black Entrepreneurs: This world could never produce enough words to express how important your…

By Cameka Smith

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exiting

How To Exit Your Business Safely

Before deciding to leave your business, plan your exit strategy in advance

Discover the different methods that may be available to you when making decisions about exiting…

By Black Enterprise

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graduate

This Student Took 15 Years to Graduate and Learned Something Big

You can learn a valuable lesson from this student

Persisting to graduation isn’t always easy. Many students lack maturity and self-discipline, and sometimes school…

By Robin White Goode

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personal finance

7 Personal Finance Apps That Should be on Your Phone

Is that an accountant in your pocket, or are you just happy using fintech?

Using apps to manage money is increasingly becoming the norm and not just the practice…

By Samara Lynn

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Trump

The 3-Point Plan Trump Should Implement to Aid Minorities

Instead of trying to answer President Trump's rhetorical question, 'What do you have to lose?' we must instead make demands regarding what we expect to gain

If Trump can focus on an inclusive goal, we can use that to drive progress.…

By Shawn Baldwin

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Homeownership

To Buy or Not to Buy? Millennials and Homeownership

Learn why this may be the perfect time to invest in real estate

Lauren Allah, Realtor at Luxury Home Enterprises, talks about the process of buying a home…

By Danielle D. Hughes

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women investors

Could You Scrape Together $400 If You Had To?

There was a time when my husband and I couldn’t

But then I’ve made pretty imprudent choices of my own. I think it’s interesting that…

By Robin White Goode

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inequality

Inequality in Tech May be Worse Than We Thought

More gloom and doom about diversity and inclusion in tech, but there are those working to solve.

Despite a $1.2 billion investment to diversify the tech talent pipeline and create minority-friendly environments,…

By Samara Lynn

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CeCe Winans

CeCe Winans Says “Let Them Fall in Love” on First Album in 9 Years

The sounds of yesteryear, but with a twist

It’s been nine years since Grammy Award-winning gospel legend CeCe Winans’ last full-length album, Thy…

By Bil Carpenter

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women investors

Keep These Things in Mind if You Want to Get Paid Faster

It's all about being strategic

Here are a few tips on managing your invoices to ensure you get paid in…

By Black Enterprise

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Business Travelers

You Need To Know These 3 Things Before Expanding Your Business Internationally

If you’re thinking of taking your business overseas, examine market need, local regulations, and your local network

You wouldn’t launch a business without careful research and planning on things like barriers to…

By Black Enterprise

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time management tips

Little Known Time Management Tips to Go Paperless

It all boils down to efficiency

If you need to find more efficient ways to take care of tasks, check out…

By Black Enterprise

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Denmark Vesey

Black History Month: Insurrection Leader Denmark Vesey

An educated, successful freed man would have led the most successful slave revolt in the U.S.

Nine years before Nat Turner led the 1831 slave revolt in America, Denmark Vesey was…

By Selena Hill

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tasks

How to Test Your New Idea (and Still Keep Your Day Job)

You don’t always have to put everything on the line in order to pursue your dream

Having the security of a day job while you develop, test and sell your product…

By Black Enterprise

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How To

Equifax hack

After 143 Million Left Vulnerable by Equifax Hack, Here’s What You Can Do

The Equifax hack could be the largest data theft involving Social Security numbers, which is…

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JavaScript Developer

How She Became a Full Stack JavaScript Developer In 5 Intensive Months

My biggest lesson learned was overcoming limitations I had put on myself regarding what I…

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