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Back to School Lessons for Growing Your Business

You're never too old for some schooling

As children go back to school, what they do is a reminder for business. Consider…

By C. Daniel Baker

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Start Small, Grow Towards Financing Your Business

Patience is essential when starting a business

Friends and family are the No. 1 source for financing of new businesses

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How Venture Capital Helps Drive the Startup Economy

Access to Capital is Still a Challenge for Minority Business Enterprises

Have you confronted barriers in trying to raise capital for your business

For new businesses having access to working capital could mean the difference between the success…

By C. Daniel Baker

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SBA Creating Access and Opportunity for Women-Owned Small Businesses via ChallengeHER

How You Can Gain Greater Access to Federal Contracts

Small Business opportunities in America's federal supply chain.

SBA Deputy Administrator Marie Johns
Small businesses are the backbone of our economy and, over the…

By Marie Johns

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How Your Business Can Profit From the New Industrial Revolution

American manufacturing is poised to enter a new era of explosive growth

It is imperative that African American companies, large and small, fully participate in this new…

By Derek T. Dingle

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Startup Culture’s Lack of Diversity Stifles Innovation

By aiming the bar of entry high and at more affluent customers, Startup culture is missing a chance to diversify

If you’re young and poor in America, odds are you use a smartphone.

By C. Daniel Baker

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Citizens Bank President Pushes for Workforce and Industry Diversity at Chamber

Citizens Bank Pennsylvania remains committed to building the region’s economy, workforce and diversity.

Because Citizens is actually over capitalized, its business loan business is up 20 percent when…

By C. Daniel Baker

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Carolinas Supplier Development Chief Tackles Challenges

The Carolinas Minority Supplier Development Council focus is helping both communities develop strategies to improve their bottom line.

The organization needs an infusion of programs

By C. Daniel Baker

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Leaked Documents Reveal Managers Struggling to Manage Diverse Teams

Target's Diversity Scripts empower leaders to address difficult and real-life diversity situations

The scripts present a long list of possible scenarios in which managers and employees discuss…

By C. Daniel Baker

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Hiring Need Spurs CEO Push for Diversity from General Electric, Xerox

Big corporations such as GM are realizing that hiring more women and minorities is good for profits

Is diversity essential for every company?

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Do Diverse Teams Make Better Decisions?

The topic is diversity in London

How are companies handling diversity in Europe?

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UPS Foundation Gives $7.6 Million to Diversity and Veterans Causes

UPS Foundation continues its efforts helping out communities

UPS will donate close to $8 million

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9 Awesome Certifications to Make You More Marketable

What better way to become more competitive than upgrading your knowledge?

Nothing like more knowledge to boost your resume. Here are a few options to get…

By Janell Hazelwood

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The Art of the Cold Call: How Mastering It Can Lead to Gigs

Entrepreneurs share tips for success

Cringe at the thought of just calling someone you don’t know, only to get the…

By Janell Hazelwood

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a young black man and woman in a professional setting

Survey: Women Make Better Decisions in Management

Ability to make fair decisions cited as advantageous

According to report, women are better corporate leaders due to their ability to make fair…

By Sasha King

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Keep It Together: Work-Life Balance for Millennials

How to effectively juggle just starting out and bigger boss moves

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There are thousands of philosophies out there on how much priority should be…

By James Walker

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Dennis Kimbro To Keynote Diveristy Supplier Convention

Dennis Kimbro to Keynote Carolinas Minority Supplier Development Council Conference

Dr. Kimbro is the author of "The Wealth Choice: Success Secrets of Black Millionaires."

This year’s theme: “Leading Economic Impact – One Connection at A Time,” will highlight best…

By C. Daniel Baker

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Looking to Take the Freelance Leap? Here’s How to Transition

Before making a move, check out this strategy to get started

Looking to take that leap into self-employment or consulting. Here’s how to take the best…

By Janell Hazelwood

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Silicon Valley National Utility Industry Conference Displays American MWBE-led Innovation and Industry Trends

Silicon Valley Utility Industry Conference Showcases Minority and Women Owned Businesses

Conference was attended by over 20 utility companies from across the country

Minority and women entrepreneurs with innovative solutions attended the 30th anniversary conference focused on developing…

By C. Daniel Baker

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NMSDC, University of Washington Foster School of Business Announce Partnership

NMSDC, University of Washington Foster School of Business Announce Partnership

Alliance aims to grow minority owned businesses

This agreement will provide minority business enterprises a new opportunity at one of the country’s…

By C. Daniel Baker

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How To

Password Protect Your Flash Drive In Two Simple Steps

Flash drives, thumb drives, USB sticks: whatever you want to call them, they’re more than…

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Black Female Voice Actor on How to Break into the Lucrative Voice-Over Business

“The secret society [of the voice-over business] is due in part because it’s a career…

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