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The beauty "bawse" wants to help entrepreneurs kickstart their business.
“I’m a rebel with a cause to change the way people think about beauty,” says Butler, founder of the Lip Bar founder.
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Presidential Candidate Pete Buttigieg Unveils Walker-Lewis Plan Aimed At Encouraging Black Entrepreneurship
The proposal named after Madam C.J. Walker and Reginald F. Lewis is estimated to triple the number of minority entrepreneurs in the next ten years.
"I was first employee. I was first investor, first founder," Blavity Founder and CEO Morgan DeBaun said.
Beauty Icon Iman Tells ESSENCE Beauty Carnival: 'You Don't Have To Compromise For A Seat At The Table'
The fashion and beauty industry mogul got real at day one of ESSENCE Beauty Carnival about the power that Black beauty brings to companies. Get tickets now for day two!
This ethereal jewelry brand was Etsy's featured shop in February—and for good reason.
Thanks to the PTG365 dealerships, located around the U.S., owning a car just got a little easier.
Last year Ashley Sneed quit her daytime job working for a major food service company. Now she's running her own business full-time and set to appear in a new television series.
Sisters Nikki Howard and Jaqi Wright were both furloughed by the federal government. Now they're owners of a budding cheesecake business.
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"We're moving into food and food products that actually regenerate, replenish, and heal the earth," says entrepreneur Julia Collins.
In a space that is overwhelmingly white and male, Laura Mignott made it her mission to place more women of color on stages across the U.S. Here she delves into why it's just as important for us to be seen as it is to be heard.
Start off your 2019 with a heavy dose of motivation.
She Was The First Black Woman In New Orleans To Raise Millions In Capital, And Now She’s Creating A Blueprint For Others
Sevetri Wilson is founder and CEO of ExemptMeNow, an online platform that simplifies the process of creating and maintaining a nonprofit.