Black Businesses

NBA player Udonis Haslem has launched a grant program for BIPOC-owned businesses in his hometown of Miami.

Clark Atlanta University has joined an initiative designed to create and support 1 million Black-owned businesses by 2030.

Brands like SheaMoisture and Carol's Daughter get called out.

Harlem Capital, a New York City-based venture capital firm, has raised $40 million to back diverse founders.

Marceau Michel—creator of Black Founders Matter—is aiming to raise $10 million for visionaries of color in tech.

A survey by Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co. shows that African Americans value community involvement more than Whites.

Mandy Bowman, the creator of Official Black Wall Street, has launched an app that makes it easier to locate Black-owned businesses.

Miguel Pilgram, a man who won a $52 million lottery prize in 2010, plans to rebuild a Black historic district in Fort Lauderdale.

Black business is suffering because of the credit gap. The U.S. Black Chambers and National Bankers Association are looking to change that.

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Two hip-hop legends are making it their goal to raise awareness about health and wellness with the launch of several juice bars in NY.

The U.S. Black Chambers Inc. has launched an initiative to nurture the next generation of young Black male entrepreneurs, with a focus on closing the economic gap and providing positive role models in the community. On Tuesday, Howard Jean, Chief Engineer of Young Black Male Entrepreneur Institute, Keith Benjamin, Chief Organizer/Connector of Young Black Male Entrepreneur Institute, and Ben Carter, CEO […]