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Entrepreneurship is no longer a term solely reserved for former business execs and seasoned employees. Gone are the days where young adults stick close to the traditional career path. Instead, today's trailblazers are creating their own opportunities. And some of the smartest among them will join BLACK ENTERPRISE next month at our annual Black Enterprise Entrepreneurs Conference. Check out these young leaders under 35—BE Nexters—who are carving a space for themselves in the tech, social media and beauty/fashion industries, to name a few.

10 Young Entrepreneurs to Watch Out For

Tomorrow's leaders are already here. Check a few notable candidates to raise the bar in business and beyond.

Tomorrow’s leaders are already here. Check a few notable candidates to raise the bar in…

By Janel Martinez

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In the corporate world, wearing a suit and tie, or a dress with heels, is the norm. However, techies and entrepreneurs tend to have their own style, preferring to switch things up a bit. A male geek will likely wear a blazer and some sort of graphic tee with jeans. A female techie may add color to her outfit with a pair of trendy earrings. At Black Enterprise we love how CyberSynchs founder, Amos Winbush III (pictured here), keeps his wardrobe business casual with a hint of geek flare.

UBR Morning Post: Top Business Innovator Amos Winbush

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 Black Enterprise…

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

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Inventors Insider: To Patent or Not to Patent, Part 1

Resources and information for inventors and those aspiring to get a business idea to market

There has been an ongoing debate between inventors about what to do first: get a…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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One of the most highly anticipated events at the 15th Annual Black Enterprise Entrepreneurs Conference + Expo, hosted by ExxonMobil at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis, was the 2010 Black Enterprise Small Business Awards Luncheon hosted by Ariel Investments. The Small Business Awards recognizes outstanding entrepreneurs in four award categories: Teenpreneur (ages 19 or younger), BE Next (ages 21-35), Innovator of the Year and Small Business of the Year. Above, Black Enterprise Magazine Editor-in-Chief Derek T. Dingle poses with 2010 award winners Amos Winbush III of CyberSynchs L.L.C., Jamail Larkins of Ascension Aircraft, Gabrielle McBay of Crumbs by Gabrielle, and Frank Kendrick and Timothy Jackson of NuJak Cos. (All Photos by Lonnie C. Major)

PHOTO GALLERY: Black Enterprise 2010 Small Business Awards Luncheon

Some of America's best entrepreneurs were honored at the Entrepreneurs Conference

One of the most highly anticipated events at the 15th Annual Black Enterprise Entrepreneurs Conference…

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WATCH: How to Make a Strong Start in Tech

Amos Winbush III, founder and CEO of CyberSynchs LLC, gives advice to entrepreneurs in technology

CyberSynchs LLC CEO Amos Winbush III, winner of the 2010 Black Enterprise Innovator of the…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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Vote for the 2010 Innovator of the Year Nominees

This award is given to a business approaching entrepreneurship in an innovative or groundbreaking manner

Here’s your chance to vote for the company you feel is most deserving of the…

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