Buy from a Black Woman is a nonprofit centered on celebrating Black women entrepreneurship.
A Black-led tech startup has received investments from Diddy and LL Cool J.
Gabrielle Union has launched a new initiative designed to support Black-owned businesses.
Social entrepreneur Marcus Bullock is using his business Flikshop to keep families connected with their incarcerated loved ones and combat…
Award-winning intellectual property lawyer Kimra Major-Morris shares how Black entrepreneurs can protect their online businesses amid COVID-19.
Hats by Bunn—a bespoke hat shop that has been in Harlem for over two decades—is thriving in the face of…
New Orleans-based celebrity barber Darrl Robert Jr. is using his shop to empower his local community.
The founder of Minnesota’s first Black-owned gaming development studio has inked a deal with Xbox.
Black beauty innovator and entrepreneur Cindy Tawiah has created the first natural haircare vending machine.
A 4-year-old from Cleveland has launched her own baked goods business.
Issa Rae is the co-owner of a new coffee shop in South L.A.
Rapper Chamillionaire launched a venture capital competition to support startups founded by Black innovators and women entrepreneurs.
Beauty mogul Courtney Adeleye has contributed $30 million to a fund created for Black women entrepreneurs.
NaturAll Club founder Muhga Eltigani recently became one of about 50 Black women in the country to raise $1 million…
Entrepreneur Danielle McGee created the Groupon-like platform Black Business Boom to spread awareness about Black-owned businesses and help them build…
Two Black entrepreneurs have merged their businesses to create the nation’s largest minority and women-owned financial firm.
Dr. Venaya Jones recently opened the first veterinary clinic in Cleveland to be owned and operated by a Black woman.
Determined to diversify the imagery featured on adult coloring book apps, a Washington D.C.-based married couple launched Color Noir; a…
Real estate mogul Don Peebles is launching a $500 million fund to support underrepresented developers.
The Black-owned app SQUIRE—which connects barbers and customers—raised $8 million.
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