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Black Enterprise Magazine Summer 2019 Issue

Black Women Less Likely to be Promoted, Receive Recognition for Accomplishments


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A new study confirms the many workplace inequities of which professional black women are already familiar: Black women, face huge disadvantages at work.

Sealing The Money Leaks: 5 Ways To Secure Your Cash Flow


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Dee Bowden of BCS Solutions shares advice to help small businesses identify money disconnects, recover revenue, and secure cash flow.

Here’s Why Your Next Big Investment Should Be in the Coworking Space


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BLACK ENTERPRISE spoke with Jason Anderson to learn more about the franchise opportunity that Venture X provides and what makes the coworking space a good investment.

5 Things Black Entrepreneurs Get Wrong About Growth Marketing


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If you want to know what it takes to build a company that survives (and maybe even flourishes), you need to wake up to the realities of growth marketing.

Business Blogging 101: 5 Essential Factors for a Successful and Profitable Blog


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Business blogging is an excellent way to develop your brand voice and improve your SEO at the same time.

Black Auto MegaDealer Acquires 14 Car Dealerships and Counting

Expanding to 14 dealerships in four states—North Carolina, South Carolina, West Virginia, and Maryland—Mills Auto posted revenue from $99 million in 2009 to $474 million a decade later—a phenomenal 379% revenue growth that made it the fifth largest black-owned auto dealership in the U.S.

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