Tag Archives: Small Business
Getting what you want from your customers might be closer than you think
Because when you do strike gold, everyone wins: You’ll experience reduced business costs and increased…
By Darren Sands
Developing a personal board of directors could be the key to your career or business success and much-needed support
Developing a personal board of directors could be the key to your career or business…
By Vanessa Van Petten
Business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs have until 5:00 p.m. today, April 15, to submit entries for the Black Enterprise Elevator Pitch Competition.
Today is the last day for entries into the 2013 Black Enterprise Elevator Pitch Competition.…
By Alfred Edmond, Jr.
One of the largest African American automotive moguls shares his secrets for success
Dorian Boyland, one of the largest African American automotive moguls, shares his secrets for success
By Alan Hughes
Edgar L. Smith Jr., CEO of World Pac Paper L.L.C., outlines the keys to getting a prospective client to say 'yes'
Edgar L. Smith Jr., CEO of World Pac Paper L.L.C., outlines the keys to getting…
By Alan Hughes
Small business owners are pessimistic regarding the future
According to a study, the national debt is the most pressing issue facing small businesses…
By C. Daniel Baker
Within the next few weeks, the federal government is expected to make spending cuts that will inevitably hurt legions of small businesses
African Americans will more than likely feel the most severe pain.
By Derek T. Dingle
Improving economy giving employers confidence to treat workers well
Employers see the benefit in keeping workers happy, healthy a new study says
By Ashley R. Harris
Darn Good Yarn wins top prize, five businesses awarded smaller prizes.
Will you be entering this competition next year?
By Cedric 'Big Ced' Thornton
Often your friends and family will be your biggest supporters when you're starting your businees
Adhering to certain guidelines can make borrowing money from friends and family for your business…