Programmers and technology evangelists invited to Black Enterprise’s first hackathon (New York, NY) March 20, 2014—BLACK ENTERPRISE will host its first Driving Innovation Hackathon presented by Toyota, where technology and creative minds will come together to build tools that demonstrate the advantages of sustainability. The Driving Innovation program was created by Black Enterprise in [...]
BLACK ENTERPRISE AND WALMART HOST FORUM ON WOMEN IN BUSINESS ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, IN NATIONAL HARBOR, MD
20/20 Vision: Women In Business, a forum designed to explore how women entrepreneurs can prepare themselves and their ventures to access capital, form strategic alliances to do business with large corporations, turn a business crisis into an opportunity, and leverage resources to propel their enterprises to the next level.
BLACK ENTERPRISE (BE) has released its latest exclusive report on African American representation on the corporate boards of 250 of America’s largest publicly traded companies today at BlackEnterprise.com. The media company identifies 177 African American directors at S&P 500 companies on the BLACK ENTERPRISE Registry of Corporate Directors. In addition, the report reveals 75 companies with no African American representation among their boards of directors.