March 30th, 2011 at Howard University Google presents: Digital Empowerment: African Americans, Small Business and the Internet How can you use the Internet to promote your small business? What tools can you use to increase your online sales? Join us to learn about free Google tools that can help African American entrepreneurs grow their businesses […]
Dr. Randal Pinkett & Dr. Jeffrey A. Robinson, authors of “Black Faces in White Places”, share priceless business insight.
Though most of us would agree that selling a corporation you built at a profit is definitely a good thing, there also the emotional issue of letting go. Kimora Lee finds out first hand as she takes the call that closes the deal.
The nation’s college educate African-American population continued its southward migration over the past decade, shifting a large part of the black middle class from northern states to faster-growing economies of the South.
The purchasing power for the African-American community is expected to reach $1.1 trillion by 2012.
The changes are indicative of a trend that has accelerated as younger consumers, who are often less likely to use traditional labels of race and ethnicity, have become more of a force in the consumer marketplace.
Emogene Mitchell, who is African American, told her bosses they should axe her position and replace her with a contractor, Mitchell’s Meetings and Events, the company she runs out of a her home office.
Howard Alum Malaak Compton-Rock speaks to Tavis Smiley about philanthropy, activism and her book “If it takes a Village, Build One”