Black Women Entrepreneurs

Revisiting the Perks and Perils of Entrepreneurship Amid the Pandemic

Amid the Great Resignation, many Americans are turning to entrepreneurship, but aspiring small business owners must boldly rise to insurmountable challenges to make an impact and to establish a legacy that is bigger than any one individual.

Managing a Black Woman? Here's How to Become Her Success Partner and Ally.

Diversifying the workplace is a top priority for many companies these days, but some haven't figured out how to retain, support and promote the Black women they already have.

Nika White

How Sweeten Built Trust Into the Home Renovation Process

Home renovation startup Sweeten created trust as the foundation of its business -- and now it has $1.5 billion worth of work in its pipeline.

'I'm Black. I'm a Woman. Let's Talk About Raising Venture Capital.'

As a Black woman, I'm part of a demographic that's least likely to successfully raise venture capital. But there are ways to shift that narrative.

"As a Black Female Founder, I Know Times Are Hard. Here's How I Push Forward."

As the founder and CEO of The Honey Pot, Beatrice Dixon has been the target of racism. But she's found a way to see opportunity in difficult times and embrace her own power.

Beatrice Dixon

Here's How Business Leaders Are Responding to the George Floyd Protests

Many are using their platforms to express solidarity with the black community and promising to do their part in reaching meaningful reform.

Frances Dodds

Minority-Owned Small Businesses Aren't Getting Stimulus Loans. Could That Finally Change?

So far, in the scramble to disperse SBA relief loans, big banks have passed over the most vulnerable businesses in favor of bigger "small" businesses. But Congress's latest stimulus package gives $60 billion in PPP to key community lenders.

Frances Dodds

Black Female Founders Face Constant Rejection. They're Thriving Anyway.

Despite the lack of funding, black women are the fastest-growing group of entrepreneurs today. Here's why.

They're Doing It: Awe-Inspiring Black Female Entrepreneurs

Black female business owners are a booming economic force in the U.S. Here are nine women leading the charge.

Carolyn Sun