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I know the entrepreneurial journey can be challenging, especially for black-owned businesses striving to carve out their space in Los Angeles’ bustling market. At the heart of a thriving business lies the power of marketing and branding, which is more than just selling products or services; it’s about weaving a captivating narrative that attracts and […]

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Imagine you’re looking for a new place to grab a coffee or to buy a unique gift. You decide you want to support local and, specifically, black-owned businesses, but you’re not sure where to start. That’s where free black business directories come into play. They’re essentially curated lists that shine a spotlight on businesses owned […]

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https://youtu.be/cBcNPy_7tNU   Looking to take a bite out of COVID-19 losses and reconstruct a suffering segment of the economy, the Inclusivity Project is expecting to secure $100 million for 1,000 Black-owned businesses, a news release said Chris Horton, a financial specialist at Humboldt State University’s Northern California Small Business Development Center is spearheading the project […]

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Local auto business drives change in the community Social entrepreneur James Holmes is the owner of the company Black Lion Auto (BLA) and the founder of nonprofit the Black Lion Foundation (BLF). Both were launched a year ago in Minnesota. There’s a special meaning behind the “Black Lion” business name. “No modesty to it,” Holmes […]

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How Dollars Circulate in Black Communities As we enter 2021, now is the time to increase the net worth of Black communities. Though Black communities are increasing their income, the wealth of these communities remains stagnant. In this article, we’ll explain the importance of supporting Black businesses to raise the level of money circulation. What […]

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Black business owners are facing devastation due to the pandemic. Far too often, the opportunity to obtain an education, secure a job, access quality health care, or provide for your family is still determined by the color of your skin. While the work to close the racial divide is not easy, it must be done. […]

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While many restaurants have had to shift to take-out only delivery and curbside services to safely remain open during the coronavirus, this hasn’t been the case for THEPLUGGBBQ. The takeout-only restaurant found itself already well-suited for the times. BBD: What inspired you to become the owner of a BBQ takeout restaurant? TPB: After working for […]

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  SEO Tips To Upgrade Your Website Ratings In the COVID-19 universe that we now live in, many businesses are making the jump to online sales and more internet interaction with customers. Here are some SEO tips to upgrade your website ratings. Now is the best time to assess your web presence and improve your […]

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Saundra SorensonPublished: 03 November 2020 Between February and April of this year, 41% of Black owners have had to shutter their businesses nationwide, according to a recent National Bureau of Economic Research study. The NBER noted that female, Black, Latinx and Asian businesses are particularly concentrated in industries hit hardest by the pandemic. Comcast cited […]

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Atlanta teen, Mason Wright, became the youngest restaurant owner in Georgia when he took his business, Mason’s Super Dogs, from a cart to a shopping plaza in DeKalb County. Image: Mason’s Superdogs Written by Isheka N. HarrisonOct 20, 202030SHARESShareTweet While some of his peers are trying to figure out how to navigate distance learning, Atlanta […]

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