A JP Morgan Chase report says Black women own nearly 2.7 million businesses across the United States, making them the fastest-growing group of entrepreneurs.
“Honestly, it was me really doing intentional networking and that’s what I hope for the organization to help with other people,” founder Dominique Murray said.
Murray’s Make It Happen Sis! is both a call to action and an organization meant to support, teach, and connect aspiring and established entrepreneurs.It started with wanting to find a group of likeminded women, now a resource for almost 100 business owners.
“The website, mihs.co, and on that, I’m using smart match technology — so what it is algorithms and stuff, and they help match members that can collaborate with each other, match them with resources they might need. In the future, we can match them with possible investors,” Murray explained.
Black women are the fastest growing group of female entrepreneurs, but not everyone …