Displaying items by tag: Women Entrepreneurs

Burgess Services recently announced the completion of the Denver International Airport’s (DIA) Westin Hotel and Transit Center project. Burgess Services was awarded a $39.6 million contract in 2013 to manage the installation of all mechanical and plumbing systems.read more...

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A force to be reckoned with, Jameelah Gater, M.D. wears many hats, including entrepreneur, physician, TV personality, wife and philanthropist.Growing up in the suburbs from Detroit, Michigan, Dr. Gater excelled academically and earned scholarships to college and medical school, received both her undergraduate and medical...

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The number of businesses owned by minority women has increased from 1 in 6 in 1997 to 1 in 3 in 2015, per the 2015 State of Women-Owned Businesses Report commissioned by American Express OPEN.While non-minority women-owned firms grew 40% over the 18-year time period, black women-owned firms grew 322% and Latina-owned firms grew 224%. Women now...

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Black women represent the fastest-growing group of entrepreneurs in U.S., with the number of African American women-owned businesses growing 322% since 1997.However, according to #ProjectDiane, a major national report released this month by the group Digitalundivided, black women startup founders raise only $36,000 on average, whereas white males...

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For Taribba do Nascimento, designing and making handbags turned out to be the perfect side business. Here, Nascimento talks to TNJ.com about the business. read more...

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Tuesday, 09 February 2016 08:00

House of Mandela Wines expands despite obstacles

Dr. Makaziwe Maki Mandela and her daughter Tukwini Mandela have found another way in which to carry on the legendary legacy of their family’s name....

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Tanya M. Howard, founder & CEO of Mouth Meets South, was not the first to notice the lack of soul food and Southern cuisine in her grocer's freezer section, but she is the first to do something about it.......

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Friday, 15 January 2016 15:48

Nyemay Aya Creates Art With An Afrocentric Twist

You might want to save the name Nyemay Collectables for your next holiday gift shopping trip--especially Kwanzaa. Nyemay Aya started the company in 1998 to offer unique bath towels featuring various symbols, particularly the African symbols of Gye Nyame (Adinkra) and Ankh (Khemtic).read more...

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Los Angeles County led the nation in the number of Hispanic, Asian, American Indian, and Alaska Native-owned firms in 2012, according to estimates released today by the U.S. Census Bureau. It also ranked second in the......

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From 2007 to 2012, the percentage of minority-owned firms increased from 22 percent to 29 percent of the total number of U.S. firms.  Hispanic-owned firms increased by 46.3 percent, while black owned businesses were not far behind growing by 36.8 percent.. ......

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