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April 6, 2019

3 Black Business Bloggers That You Should Know

Bloggers Melinda Emerson, Lamar Tyler, and Deborah A. Bailey
(left to right) Melinda Emerson, Lamar Tyler, and Deborah A. Bailey
A key part of starting your own business is getting advice from experienced individuals who have found success in the business world. Whether it’s reading their books or following their blogs, it’s crucial that you’re closely following those who can give you the information you’re looking for.

December 3, 2018

These Black-Owned Businesses Killed It on Black Friday and Cyber Monday!

Quinn Conyers and other Black entrepreneurs

Billions of dollars in revenue were generated for small and large retailers this past Black Friday and Cyber Monday, making it the most profitable weekend after Thanksgiving ever. And this time around, quite a few Black-owned businesses were able to benefit from this nationwide sales extravaganza. Some made a couple thousand dollars, some made a couple hundred thousand dollars, and some even made more than $1 million.

November 19, 2018

The Black Woman CEO Behind Akon’s $80 Million Dollar Brand... is His Sister!

Khady Thiam Gueye, Akon's sister

Multi-platinum R&B singer Akon has been famous for his music career and unique business projects. According to, his brand is worth $80 million. But not many people know about his sister, Khady Thiam Gueye, who was actually the woman behind the global acknowledgment and success of Akon's successful brand. Moreover, she is the founder of her own consulting firm, TMI Worldwide, and she aspires to put up more business ventures in the future!

January 4, 2016

Top 6 Black-Owned Firms That Help Other Black-Owned Businesses

Black entrepreneurs

According to federal statistics, there are more than 2 million Black-owned businesses in the country, but many are struggling to stay afloat. Many generate revenues of less than $100,000 a year, and have few employees. So what's the plan for 2016?