Systemic racism has made it difficult for Black entrepreneurs and business owners to be successful over the past century. We take a look at why this barrier exists and resources... Read more
If you are a business owner or manager, you are faced with a never-ending deluge of decisions every day. Many are relatively routine operational choices that can be resolved or delegated quickly. Others are more strategic with potentially serious and long-lasting consequences. The Library can help and here's why-
Business Manager ranks number seven on the list of the top ten most stressful jobs compiled by CNBC. Taking care of your health with regular checkups plus a sensible diet and exercise program is important for you, your family and your business. Think you are fit? Here is a quick way to check.
One of the ongoing challenges of managing a business is to be aware of various trends and the long-term implications they have for your business. One trend that is not very visible is increasing life expectancy. How long are you or your children likely to live? A deeper investigation of the numbers provided in The 100 Year Life by Lynda Gratton and Andrew Scott shows that since 1840 life expectancy has been increasing three months every year. Read what to expect.
Learn how to be attractive to lending partners, funding options to consider, develop your business pitch to smartly leverage financing options to grow your business. Read more
Black women business owners can find success by defining their MVP, being creative with capital, and drawing on community support.
ADEI-focused mindset can help you to enrich your small business, connect you to your customers, and benefit your community. Here are some practical ways your small business can embrace change and diversity.
Supporting black-owned businesses can help build relationships and boost community morale.
Chelsea Lewis, mother and founder of My Mommy Wisdom, tells her entrepreneurship story.
Many Black businesses received an influx of customers and followers after the events of summer 2020. Ensure that you're working with and for people who support the same causes as you and your business.
The racial wealth gap in the US is not only a burden on minorities but for the overall economy. Nahla Davies dives into how this gap impacts all business and provides tips to promote equality.