Mason Wright—the founder of Mason’s Super Dogs hot dog stand—has taken his business to the campus of Morehouse College.
The Lillian Project is leveling the playing field for Black women when it comes to launching their own ventures.
Nthabeleng Likotsi plans to open South Africa’s first Black woman-owned bank.
Delane Parnell, 25, launched a startup called PlayVS which is poised to disrupt the gaming industry.
Detroit-bred entrepreneur Nailah Ellis-Brown has inked a distribution deal with Sam’s Club to sell her family’s Jamaican tea.
Backstage Capital recently announced that it will invest $36 million in the entrepreneurial endeavors of African American women.
Through ICON MANN, entrepreneur Tamara Houston is aiming to change the negative perception of Black men in the media.
Aaron Saunders, Founder, Inclusive Innovation Incubator is aiming to bridge the digital divide in DC.
Marceau Michel—creator of Black Founders Matter—is aiming to raise $10 million for visionaries of color in tech.
Brooklyn teen artist Cheyenne Sookoo launched Events on Canvas which provides live painting at an array of different events.
Sheena Allen, 29, has launched CapWay to help underserved communities learn more about the importance of financial literacy.
The Russell Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship will serve as a valuable resource for Black entrepreneurs in Atlanta.
Facebook has teamed up with She Leads Africa to create She Means Business; an initiative designed to empower Nigerian women…
A new book penned by author Shomari Wills delves into the journeys of Black pioneers who became entrepreneurs after slavery.
Bri’Ann Stephens founded Pink Productions as an avenue to inspire women to reach their personal and professional goals.
Jay Z’s venture fund Arrive will invest in the fintech platform Robinhood.
Lynette Abbott created her business Craft My Occasion to increase the racial representation in children’s party supplies.
Harlem Capital Partners is an initiative designed to invest in businesses created by at least 1,000 diverse entrepreneurs over the…
Wells Fargo is investing $6.6 million to support minority-owned businesses.
The Entrepreneurs of Color Fund for Black business owners in Detroit has grown to $18 million.
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