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November 15, 2021

Woman-Owned Auto Repair Shop Lets Customers Get Their Hair and Nails Done While Waiting For Their Cars

Patrice Banks, founder of Girls Auto Clinic in Philadelphia

Patrice Banks is a genius entrepreneur who is also the owner of Girls Auto Clinic located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In response to a national problem of women being taken advantage of at many auto repair shops owned by men, Patrice launched her company to give women a better and more comfortable experience.

October 27, 2021

11-Year Old Black Entrepreneur to Teach Financial Literacy in His Newly Acquired School Bus

Caden Harris has purchased a 54-seat passenger bus and is now raising funds to convert it into a mobile financial literacy center that will visit schools and create a money educational experience for young people.

Caden Harris

At just 11-years old, Caden Harris from Atlanta, Georgia, has already amassed a wealth of knowledge. His supportive parents nurtured his natural gifts and helped him launch his first business at seven years old. They encouraged him to write his first book by age eight. Caden recently purchased a 54-seat passenger bus that he is raising funds to convert the bus into his financial literacy traveling mobile unit to visit schools and create a money educational experience for area youth.

October 1, 2021

31-Year Old Becomes Youngest Black Lawyer to Open an Office on the Southside of Chicago

Attorney Shymane Robinson

Attorney Shymane Robinson, founder and CEO of True Lawyer, is now the youngest Black lawyer to have a law firm office on the Southside of Chicago. At just 31-years old, she now has two offices in the city for her real estate and trademark law firm that helps transform black communities.

September 13, 2021

The BOSS Network Offers Free Coaching to 500 Black Female Entrepreneurs in 2021

Advancing Black Entrepreneurs by Chase for Business

Advancing Black Entrepreneurs by Chase for Business provides a collection of practical resources to help Black business owners grow and scale their businesses.

September 10, 2021

Entrepreneur Launches Black-Owned Platform for Industry Leading Freelancing Services

Rasool Muttalib, founder of Belancing

Meet Rasool Muttalib, the founder of a fast-rising online freelance job portal called that is redefining the U.S. freelance marketplace and for the better. Founded in Atlanta, Georgia, his company stands out with its unique hyper-focus on building the best company culture and client satisfaction, for both business customers and freelancers. The platform assures to support businesses with expert professionals for any job and any budget, and also ensures a premium and comfortable work culture for freelancers.

September 7, 2021

Meet the Black Entrepreneur Partnering With Hospitals Across the Country to Help Motivate Their Nurses

Rasheda Hatchett

Meet Rasheda Hatchett, a registered nurse, author, speaker, and resilience expert that educates and empowers thousands of nurses from across the country. Her company, Rasheda Hatchett Media, LLC, helps high-achieving healthcare leaders optimize their teams' reach and productivity through the lens of resilience.

September 3, 2021

Black Attorney Launches Legal Subscription Service for Small Businesses

LaConya Murray, founder of Off The Mark IP Solutions

LaConya Murray, Esq., founder of Off The Mark IP Solutions (OTM), has launched a low-cost, high-value subscription service for small businesses in need of ongoing legal support. Her goal is to bridge the gap between the need for legal counsel when starting a business and the costs associated with hiring a business attorney.

August 27, 2021

Rebranding the 2nd Largest Black-Owned Film Studio in Memphis, Tennessee

BLP Film Studios team

BLP Film Studios is now poised to become the 2nd-largest Black-owned film studio in the United States. Based in Memphis, Tennessee, the company has a turnkey facility under development that will offer world-class resources and localized human capital for the production of African American films, TV shows, and streaming content.

July 26, 2021

Black Entrepreneur Launches Directory for Entertainment Industry Professionals & the Businesses That Service Them

Megan Faux, founder of The Entertainment Table

Meet Megan Faux, MA, CEO of 25 Dreams Media, Inc. and the founder of The Entertainment Table, an online business directory focused on Black entertainment professionals and the businesses that service them. The platform will house entertainment professionals who are behind the scenes to make it easier for creators to find needed resources to complete their creative projects.

July 1, 2021

Meet the Black Woman Creating the Most Powerful Executive Personal Brands For Women in Corporate America and Beyond

Deandra Coleman, founder of The Double Comma Woman Experience

From near homelessness to running a premium brand consultancy, Deandra Coleman, a former c-suite Black executive, has mastered the power of brand elevation. And she's disrupting the careers of America's top leading executive women inside her new program, The Double Comma Woman Experience. It's the most connected, luxurious way to advance your executive personal brand into thought leadership and the only network of its kind.

June 17, 2021

Meet the CEO of the Newest Black-Owned Credit/Debit Card Processing Merchant Services Business

Oscar Dais, CEO of Unity Merchant Services

Oscar Dais, the CEO of Unity Merchant Services, a Black-owned credit/debit card processing business says that his company strives to give back to the community of professionals with similar interests. Their dedicated team brings an in-depth understanding of card processing services, constantly changing technology, and cash management to serve Black and Brown business owners who may be facing merchant service challenges.

May 25, 2021

Meet the Black Woman Helping Entrepreneurs Open Franchise Businesses at No Cost

Tamika Franklyn, founder of Precision Franchise

Tamika Franklyn, founder and CEO of Precision Franchise, is the owner of one of very few Black woman-owned franchise brokerages in the nation. 77% of franchise business owners are white males, but Tamika aims to change this by providing knowledge, resources, and access to people of color. She has created a strategic path for entrepreneurs to find and secure proven business models at no cost to them.

May 11, 2021

Black Entrepreneur Who Grew Up in Low Income Area Celebrates 20 Years in Business Helping Hundreds of Clients

Janneh K. Wright, founder and CEO of PRIMUS Business Management

Meet Janneh K. Wright, the founder and CEO of PRIMUS Business Management. He grew up in one of the toughest parts of Brooklyn, New York City, but that didn’t stop him from becoming a successful entrepreneur. Now at 42-years old, he is celebrating almost two decades in business helping his clients to take charge of their finances, streamline their business operations, navigate online and create ways to track analytics.

April 29, 2021

CEO of Black-Owned Marketing Agency Launches Affordable Services to Help Small Businesses

Andra Taylor, founder of TaylorMade Global

Meet Andra Taylor, the CEO and founder of TaylorMade Global (TMG), the number one small business solutions provider in the world. When Black-owned businesses lack ingenuity, strategy, and execution, they seek TaylorMade's umbrella of services to weather their storms.

April 1, 2021

Former Teen Mom Went From Janitor to Millionaire, Proved Everybody Wrong

Ronne Brown

Ronne Brown, who was once a teenage mom who used to work as a janitor, completely turned her life around and is now a millionaire entrepreneur, branding expert, and founder and CEO of Girl CEO. She has successfully broken stereotypes and she has been inspiring others to never lose sight of their goals despite what everybody is saying.

March 23, 2021

HBCU Grad Helped 1,000 Black-Owned Businesses Make $100K or More During the Pandemic

Dante Lee

Dante Lee, an entrepreneur and HBCU grad who started his marketing and PR firm while on campus, estimates that he has helped more than 1,000 Black-owned businesses generate $100,000 in revenue or more since the pandemic began. A graduate of Bowie State University class of 2002, he is infamously known as a marketing genius and deems himself The Revenue Doctor.

March 22, 2021

Meet the African American Event Planner Helping Other Entrepreneurs in the Party Business

Kimberly Perrymond, founder of Eezy Peezy Party Planning

Kimberly Perrymond is the founder of a very popular Facebook group that she created with the intention of building a small community for event planners to grow and learn together. She is using the group nowadays to help entrepreneurs in the industry stay afloat during the pandemic.

March 17, 2021

From Unemployment to LinkedIn Expert, Black Entrepreneur Inducted into Marquis Who's Who

Clarene Mitchell

Meet Clarene Mitchell, a branding activist and LinkedIn savant, who has been recently included in Marquis Who’s Who. In 2017, she established her business, TCM Communications LLC, after nearly a year of unemployment, and decided to utilize her many years of experience in journalism and public relations as a consultant in order to take her professional future into her own hands.

February 12, 2021

This Black-Owned Salon Does Not Service Women With Straight Hair

Camille Janae, founder and owner of Mahogany and Rose Hair Studio

Camille Janae, the founder and owner of Mahogany and Rose Hair Studio, a Black-owned salon based in Sacramento, California, says that she caters exclusively to those seeking services for their natural hair. Unlike other salons, she only specializes in textured hair care services such as curly haircuts and loc maintenance.

February 1, 2021

Woman Whose Grandfather, Father, Uncle, and Cousin Are All Lawyers Starts New Law Firm

Kree Filer, Black lawyer in Los Angeles

Kree D. Filer, a young Black female lawyer from Los Angeles who comes from a family of many lawyers, has now opened a private law practice herself. She says that she looks forward to working with and representing her own clients via her new firm which is called The File Law Office.