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Small Business

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Where Are They Now: Elevator Pitch Competition Winner, Precious Williams

The 2013 Black Enterprise Elevator Pitch Competition winner, Precious Williams, has found success since attending…

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Financing

Everyone needs a network of people they can count on, in both in their personal lives, and in business. For entrepreneurs especially, these support networks can make the difference between feeling like you’re out there on your own, to being deeply connected to other entrepreneurs and having a team of friends, advisers or partners to turn to when you’re not sure which direction to go.

Here are seven tips for building the ultimate network to support your entrepreneurial goals.---Tina Wells

5 Important Questions You Should Ask Investors

Startups and small business owners should evaluate potential angel investors just as they are to…

5 Steps to Long-Term Business Success

Shark Tank’s Rodney S. Sampson, an alumnus of the Black Enterprise Entrepreneurs Conference, talks strategy…

Web Series Producers: Up to $150,000 Available via New Funding Innitiative

The National Black Programming Consortium has launched a new funding initiative designed to identify innovative…

Franchises

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Franchise Company of the Year: Karim Webb Shares Savvy Business Lessons

Sharing knowledge of success, Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar owner, Karim Webb, talks on…

Black Enterprise Legacy Award Winner Adds NBA Team Ownership to Resume

It’s no secret that the National Basketball Association (NBA) has a deficit of black owners.…

4 Red Flags Your Business Is About to Fold

Whether you are a Fortune 500 CEO, a first time entrepreneur, or a single parent…

Getting Started

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Family Business of the Year: Barbara “Sky” Talks Why ‘Can’t’ Doesn’t Mean Impossible

Barbara “Sky” Burrell is an entrepreneur’s inspiration after surviving personal tests and being honored as…

Entrepreneur David Tarver Shares Tips on Turning Idea Into an Enterprise

David Tarver, a speaker at the 2014 Black Enterprise Entrepreneurs Conference, shares tips on turning…

Contest Open To Solo Entrepreneurs Who Give Back Their Communities

Sole proprietors who make it a priority to help their community are eligible to participate…

Home Based

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6 Black Owned Natural Beauty Brands You Should Know

With the news of L’Oreal USA acquiring Carol’s Daughter, we’ve rounded up a list of…

Timeshare Nightmare: Waking Up & Walking Out Can Be Just A Pipe Dream

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On a vacation in Mexico six years ago, Jessica Martinez and her husband took…

YouTube Star Spotlight: How MahoganyCurls Tutorials Are Blowing Up Natural Hair

How Jessica Lewis, a stay-at-home mom utilized Internet marketing and social media to launch a…

Tools & Resources

5 Quick Ways to Repurpose Your Content

Right Way To Use Video To Promote Your Business

Videos are one the most effective way to communicate to your potential buyers and even…

How to Run Your Home More Like a CEO

All successful CEOs have one thing in common: They’re able to maintain a big-picture perspective.…

Free Weekly Webinars Available For Serial Producers and Filmmakers

Filmmakers, content developers, and producers looking to up their game online can take advantage of…

Your Business

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Doing Just What You Love May Be Hurting Your Business

Entrepreneurs, focusing your energy on the wrong tasks can cost you productivity and money.

Where Are They Now: Elevator Pitch Competition Winner, Precious Williams

The 2013 Black Enterprise Elevator Pitch Competition winner, Precious Williams, has found success since attending…

In Business, It’s OK to Toot Your Own Horn

In business, it’s not bragging to let people know what you do. Here’s a wake-up…

Women of Power

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Motivational Entrepreneur Lisa Nichols Talks How She Reclaims Her Power

Preparing for her appearance at the 2015 Women of Power Summit, motivation guru Lisa Nichols…

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Women of Power Summit: Ten Facts About Susan L. Taylor

Former Editor-In-Chief, Susan L. Taylor, is being honored at Black Enterprise’s Women of Power Summit…

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