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A Black Businesswoman in China: Life Online (Part 6)

Be prepared for limited access to Facebook, Google and other web sites

This final post will focus on the role of Big Brother in China. I was…

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How Inventors Should Assess Manufacturers

What you need to know and need to ask.

Once you get to the stage where you’re talking to potential manufacturers, it’s important to…

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How To Obtain SBA Certification

See how one small business owner secured millions in government contracts

Obtaining government certification as a minority-owned or disadvantaged business small business can be advantageous for…

By Renita Burns

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LinkedIn Lets You Recommend Other Businesses

Members can build credibility by endorsing companies, products and services

Social media’s premiere professional network, LinkedIn, launches tool to help businesses grow based on user…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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UBR Morning Post: ‘Reallionaire’ Motivator Farrah Gray

Bonus content on the entrepreneurs and strategies featured on The Urban Business Roundtable

This week on The Urban Business Roundtable, UBR Contributor Renita Young speaks with Jamaal Williams,…

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Slideshow: Black Enterprise Energy Forum in D.C.

Black Enterprise and Shell brought out the best and brightest minds to discuss eco-opportunities for our community

The Black Enterprise Conversation on Energy Forum, Part II, welcomed Van Jones, best-selling author of…

By Renita Burns

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5 Simple Keys to Quality Customer Service

How small business owners can make sure clients remember you for the right reasons

The concierge industry aims to fulfill the needs of its customers and clients, often by…

By Tennille M. Robinson

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Graphic Designer/Artist   Depending on who you are, bigger IS better. And if you work with graphics then a large screen and a fast graphics engine are essential. Toshiba's Satellite Notebook series is a great laptop to consider if you don't mind the extra load, you rarely travel or you're thinking about replacing your desktop computer.  They start out with display sizes as small as 11.6",  but you can get a 18.4" screen with a Intel Core i5-460M processor and 4GB of DDRM3 memory for $999.99, and Core i7-740 QM processor for $1,399.99. The i5 and i7 processors are Intel's newest cpu's with tons of power and speed for heavy multitasking. Some laptops in the Satellite series also come with AMD's Phenom II Quad Core processor P940  at a substantial cost savings. Although not as popular as the Intel Core series of processors the AMD cpu's also provide users an opportunity to run multiple applications simultaneously.

Slideshow: Laptops for Less Than $1,000

From Mini netbooks to huge notebooks, five computers that fit your profession

From Mini netbooks to huge notebooks, five computers that fit your profession

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Whether signing their signature on major deals or developing innovative business practices, these women are the embodiment of power, substance and finesse. Want to know what it takes to rock a small business, corporation, or multimillion-dollar enterprise? Check out these fabulously savvy black business women who rock.

Black Businesswomen Who Rock

Black girls rock! We know this. But take a look at these businesswomen who are changing the game

Want to know what it takes to rock a small business, corporation or multimillion dollar…

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Black Enterprise & Shell Hold Energy Forum This Weekend

Check Blackenterprise.com all weekend for live updates, videos and pictures!

As America grapples with its dependence on oil, a presidential push to adopt green practices…

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Don’t Let Fear Keep You From Becoming an Entrepreneur

Adjust your mindset for success

How often have you thought about starting your own business only to have a doubt…

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A great resource for preparing to deal China's huge bureaucratic system.

A Black Businesswoman in China: Dealing With the Government (Part 5)

Be ready to deal with huge bureaucracies and lots of red tape. These resources can help.

This post will focus on navigating business with the Chinese government. Bottom line: You need…

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Why Tradeshows are a Must for Inventors

How to effectively build leads at industry events

Inventor, Andre Woolery takes readers through the process of brining his invention to market. Check…

By Renita Burns

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Three Passion-to-Profit Myths Debunked

Atlanta entrepreneur Tiffini Gatlin tells why you shouldn't make the leap on a whim

Some have an epiphany. Others know from the get-go. Tiffini Gatlin says a combination of…

By Tennille M. Robinson

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UBR Morning Post: Texas Power Player Tracye McDaniel

Bonus content on the entrepreneurs and strategies featured on The Urban Business Roundtable

This week on The Urban Business Roundtable, UBR Contributor Renita Young speaks with Tracye McDaniel,…

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How to Determine if Web Video is Right for Your Business

And three reasons that it may not be

If you’re like most entrepreneurs, you’re probably wondering if web video is right for your…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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Could Black Entrepreneurs Lose Their Share of $20 Billion?

Minority businesses urged to support historic MWBE procurement law

A group of politicians and government officials have urged minority entrepreneurs to support a New…

By Derek T. Dingle

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23 Black Executives Advancing the Television Network Industry

Meet these success stories behind the small screen

Television hasn’t always been welcoming for people of color, but with more and more African…

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From Invention to Market: Starting the Journey

Backless bra creator shares how she brought her idea to market

Cato takes readers through some of the challenges she faced in bringing her invention to…

By Renita Burns

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How to Find a Manufacturer for Your Invention

Why digging through your network can land you a partner for your product

In this blog series, Woolery takes readers through the process of bringing his invention to…

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How to Hire Talent That Will Complement Your Team and Culture

People make the difference. You can have incredible systems and procedures in place, the right software…

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How to Deal With Grief While at Work

Regardless of where you live in the world, all of us in some way have…

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