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Black Enterprise magazine September/October 2017 issue

New Story and Icon Unveil 3-D Printed Home at SXSW to Tackle Global Homelessness

New Story and ICON unveil the first permitted 3D-printed home created for the developing world at this year’s SXSW, in Austin, TX. The 3D printing technologies are set to transform global homelessness with 600-800 square foot houses printed in under 24 Hours for $4000 in Underserved Communities.

Opportunity Hub Announces Massive Expansion to Help Generate Black Wealth

Opportunity Hub announces new partnerships across entertainment, government, and tech at SXSW to mark the beginning of building a wealth-generating ecosystem.

Crate & Barrel’s New Designers: Public School Students from Philly

When my niece got married several years ago, I learned that Crate & Barrel was one of her go-to stores. Now, she may be purchasing items from the home décor retailer that were designed by public school youngsters in Philadelphia and its environs.

Nike President Trevor Edwards Resigns Amid Workplace Misconduct Investigation

Trevor Edwards, a Nike executive who many thought would take over as Nike’s CEO after Mark Parker’s tenure ends in 2020 has resigned from his post following a report from the Wall Street Journal that detailed workplace misconducts at the company.

Survey: Birth Control, Reproductive Rights Key To Black Women Entrepreneurs’ Success

65% of African-American and 64% of Latina small business owners say access to birth control, and the freedom to decide if and when to have children, have impacted their bottom lines as a business owner.


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