Minority Biz - Small Business Tips and News for Minority Owned, Black Owned, and Women Owned Businesses
The natural hair care market is getting more and more crowded by the day. Shoppers now have more options on store shelves than ever before.…
In a year that has seen more jolts around gender issues than any in recent history, a wave of women’s empowerment products have flooded the…
LawnTap is an Atlanta tech startup that offers on-demand lawn care services. With the tap of a button, you have the power to get a…
At its annual business meeting held recently in Erlanger, Kentucky, Toyota Motor North America, Inc. (TMNA) discussed goals and objectives with direct and indirect suppliers…
Alizabeth Jetter describes herself as an inventor who has always known she was destined to start her own business. And that’s exactly what she has…
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…
Paul Hiles has created a place for his generation to enjoy good music in the community. The post Paul’s Place—The New Spot for the Grown…
Every now and then a business plan just works. The business owner’s goals come to fruition. And then he or she takes on a more…
Five cities have received grants totaling a half-million dollars via a national program to help black- and women-owned firms land more contracts with local governments.…
With an estimated 99.95 percent of small business owners and entrepreneurs opting for debt financing, knowing how to prepare your business for a loan application is a…
The compact space at 744 Dudley St. has a few bright-red chairs and two wood tables that fold out from the wall for inside seating…
Patterson gives back to Compton by providing low-cost groceries and owning Grocery Outlet in Compton.  The post Kia Patterson Takes Over Ownership of Grocery Outlet…
Page 3 of 79

Recent News

  • 1
© 2018 Minority Biz. All Rights Reserved.