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competitors

3 Ways to Learn From Your Competitors

As you take your business to the next level, your competitors are a great source…

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Five Cities Receive Half-a-Million-Dollar Grants to Boost Spending with Black Businesses

Charlotte, Chicago, Memphis, Milwaukee, and Los Angeles will each get $100,000 to boost spending

The program, funded by the non-profit agencies of Living Cities and the Citi Foundation, was…

By Jeffrey McKinney

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kids

A Momager Shares Tips For Raising CEO Kids

Tips and parenting advice for raising entrepreneurial children

Tamara Lewis, founder of Raising a Mogul TV & Podcast and mom of a 16-year-old…

By Kandia Johnson

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WORK-LIFE BALANCE

Want Better Ideas? Keep A Work-Life Balance

Too much stress can stifle your business

Too much stress can lead to fatigue and poor health; it can also cause entrepreneurs…

By Selena Hill

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Beefed-Up National Business League Aims to Empower Black Entrepreneurs

The Michigan Black Chamber of Commerce and National Business League merge to offer greater capacity, scope, and scale

Fortified with new ownership and leadership, the 117-year-old National Business League Inc. is getting an…

By Jeffrey McKinney

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80 Low-Cost Franchises You Can Buy For Under $100,000

Paint & Sips, wedding planning, dog training... there are a host of affordable franchises out there

“One of the key things a prospective franchise owner should look at before investing in…

By Jeffrey McKinney

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Author K. Renee Ward Gets Real About the Most Overlooked Skill Entrepreneurs Need

The author and marketing entrepreneur shares what she's learned

“My secret sauce has always been having an authentic personal brand. It has been said…

By Kandia Johnson

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This Entrepreneur Knows Self-Care Is the Most Important Investment

Self-care is a career move

Self-care is one of the best investments you’ll ever make. And Christina Rice has made…

By Kandia Johnson

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Leslie Nesbitt

Transforming Color Into Consciousness

Remaking spaces through the strategic use of color

Leslie Nesbitt wasn’t always a crafty surface designer. Nor did she always dream of beautifying…

By Rochelle Soetan

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blog

Turning Your Blog Into A Business

Don't just blog for fun. Get paid for it.

Are you serious about blogging and want to turn your hobby blog into a business?…

By Selena Hill

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Want to Spread the Word About Your Work? Find Your Tribe

Success requires teamwork

If you’re looking to build a successful business or rewarding career build a “tribe,” of…

By Kandia Johnson

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6 Essential Skills Necessary for Success But Not Taught in School

You can't learn everything from books

Whether you’re an employee or entrepreneur, make a commitment to life-long learning and put yourself…

By Kandia Johnson

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women business owers

This Is What Women Business Owners Plan to Do in 2017 [INFOGRPAHIC]

New survey from the National Association of Women Business Owners reveals what's on the mind of female CEOs

New survey from the National Association of Women Business Owners reveals what’s on the mind…

By Alisa Gumbs

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9 Ways to Tackle Your To-Do List like a Boss (Part 2)

Prioritize, select, and revise

There always seems to be so much to do and not enough time to do…

By Cameka Smith

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4 Ways to Build a Good Rapport With Current and Prospective Sales Clients

Learning how to build a solid rapport with your sales clients will ultimately help boost your profits

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When it comes to sales, effective communication is key, regardless of your position…

By Stephanie Chung

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women in business

How Women in Business Can Help Other Women Break Barriers

Jessica Smith, a business counselor at the Women’s Business Center of Northern Virginia, gives us some insight

Considering women of color are the fastest-growing group of entrepreneurs in the United States, BlackEnterprise.com…

By Kandia Johnson

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mobile bartending

Sumptuous Spirits Is Bringing Luxury Mobile Bartending to Metro Detroit

The one-year-old company targets “social professionals” in entrepreneurial, professional, and corporate communities

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As a college student at Miles College in Alabama, Lauren Daniels was always…

By Danielle D. Hughes

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Moziah Bridges

Moziah Bridges of Mo’s Bows Talks About Building A Business: Interview

Moziah Bridges gives an in-depth interview about his rapidly growing neckwear business

“When you’re impacting others’ lives in a way that is both inspiring and meaningful, it…

By Rochelle Soetan

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collaboration in business

Why Compete When There’s More Than Enough Opportunities for Us All?

Collaboration is the key to growth and success

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Competition is dead, collaboration is the key!
Why do people compete in the…

By Cameka Smith

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fail

#MillionaireMovesMonday: You Must Fail in Order to Succeed

Failure is part of the process

In his new book, Millionaire Moves: Seven Proven Principles of Entrepreneurship, William F. Pickard, Ph.D.…

By Selena Hill

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How To

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How to Position Yourself As an Industry Authority

To build your authority, you’ll need a continuous message that tells the world who you…

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‘I See You’: The Power and Beauty of Building Multiple Tribes of Professional Women

Women that make the time to find their tribes of professional sisters have a competitive…

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