Join us for a roundtable as we gather our fall 2022 cohort of speakers Dr. Allison Blakely and Dr. Brandon Winford.
Jacksonville-based LGBTQ+ group JASMYN said it is pride month in the River City, and they are celebrating Coming Out Day at their annual breakfast Tuesday morning.
Black Heart Enterprises was founded by George Stephenson in 2009 and has grown to be one of the few Black-owned resin model kit companies in the country.
Odd Leaf Apothecary is a local Dallas metroplex area business serving you therapeutic products that help with your needs. This brand focus on giving you top-quality organic ingredients, crystals, and an Odd Leaf social club. With every product made keeping you in mind. Owner Jessica Denise Clark wants to help you center your mind, body, and spirit. For information, go to https://www.oddleafapothecary.com/
Women’s History Month Celebrating Me A Black Woman #Entrepreneur 😍😍😍⚘️💕🙌🏼✍️🏽 #digitalart
In this episode, INSI6HT will introduce some of the young, black entrepreneurs who are taking the local business world by storm. Learn the stories behind their decisions to launch small businesses as they reveal their inspirations and keys to success.An entrepreneurial couple that operates more than one business including an initiative to help small businesses also join in on the topic.INSI6HT thanks the following participants in the roundtable discussion:Termell Akers, Mels RenovationsKennedi Maombi, Sovereign Creative AgencyMartez Porter, MJ’s Creative CandlesCamille and Dwayne Hodges, owners of several businesses in the Quad Cities including Belle & Bouvier Boutique and Helping Small Business Succeed Initiative (described as an incubator for business).About the show: INSI6HT is a new program focused on the Quad Cities’ business landscape. Each Sunday, Redrick Terry will engage with regional business leaders in coordination with journalists from the Quad-City Times about topics that impact our community. It airs original shows on Sundays at 8 a.m. and re-airs on Fridays at 11 a.m.https://www.kwqc.com/2023/03/13/young-black-entrepreneurs-emerging-quad-cities/ For more Local News from KWQC: https://www.kwqc.com/ For more YouTube Content: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdAVIb4dBhAHhUaxfM5gAbg
Femly is the only certified woman-owned and minority-led company with a touchless dispenser that provides health education and organic products to meet demand.
Angel Pittman, a Black woman, bought land to start her mobile business is Salisbury, North Carolina when an elderly white …
Eyewitness News' series on "Remarkable Women" continued Wednesday with a profile of a community leader who lifts up women …
On Today's Daily Brief Here's our one on one with Wendy Gladney on today's DAILY BRIEF! Wendy discusses Women's Month …
The 25th Annual Madam C.J. Walker Business & Community Recognition Luncheon & Empowerment Forum is being held on Friday.