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Wednesday, 19 September 2018 10:55

 A Little Haiti Eatery Expands to Miami Airport

Chef Creole will soon share its unique fusion of Haitian-Bahamian culinary tradition with the plethora of tourists and visitors who come through Miami International Airport on a daily basis.

Owner Wilkinson Sejour, affectionately known as Chef Creole, is well known around Little Haiti, but he has managed to attract the attention of county commissioners, a famous chef, big-time developers and scores of loyal customers. Banks, however, have managed to overlook Sejour’s popularity. Still, he has been able to open up six Chef Creole locations, the latest at the airport next week.

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Fully stocked with fare like plant-based burger patties and cashew nut cheese spread, Fort Lauderdale’s Vegan Fine Foods is now open to provide both the vegan and vegan-curious shopper an alternative to traditional grocery stores in South Florida.

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Ninth to 12th graders from Little Haiti got an opportunity to be innovative while learning financial literacy through a grant from the South Florida Chapter of 100 Black Men of America, Inc.

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It’s been an exciting year for Karese Cain, co-owner of a British Swim School franchise in Miami. Not only has she been profiled in the media—now she’s looking to expand after less than two years into the business.For someone that never considered business ownership, Cain’s story is quite remarkable.

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Miami Heat’s forward and team captain Udonis Haslem, who along with his JFC Miami business partner Ramona D. Hall, is set to open two Einstein Bros. Bagels and two Starbucks locations in The Magic City. The new franchise outlets add to Haslem’s portfolio that includes five Subway sandwich shops and two Auntie Anne’s.JFC Miami Management...

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The city of Miami Gardens has found a planning and development firm that is very much local. E.L. Waters and Company LLC’s principal Elbert L. Waters said it has been hired to handle Miami Gardens planning and zoning operations....

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Monday, 08 August 2016 07:03

Contractor’s Choice Awards Honors Firms

With the downward trend of the construction industry prominently ruling South Florida for the past few years, the industry is breathing a sigh of relief. On Saturday, July 30, the members of and affected by the trade gathered at the Hilton Miami Airport for the Contractor's Choice Awards presented by CRC Leadership....

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Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz presided over the fourth graduating class of the Small Business Workshop for Broward and Miami-Dade Early Learning Child Care Providers held last Saturday at the Broward County Convention Center. Now graduates of the program, 75 day care center owners spent the last 12 months attending workshops, classes, and...

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Courtesy of Wingstop Franchisee Tina D. HowellTina D. Howell is a visionary entrepreneur with over 25 years of experience in the business world.She currently owns and serves as CEO of Virtual Home Care Inc., a home health agency located in Dallas, Texas, as well as two highly successful Wingstopfranchises in South Florida.Wingstop is a...

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Black Tech Week held its second annual tech conference last week, which brought several innovators and entrepreneurs to South Florida. One particular panel, called Prison to Wealth, shared the story of Frederick Hutson, CEO of Pigeonly. Hutson’s story not only shared how his company fills a white space in communications but also how he became a s...

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