More Posts on Minority-Owned Businesses
Free Webinar | September 9: How to Start a Company as a Diverse Founder
Join Tara Sabre, social entrepreneur in residence at Said Business School, Oxford University, as she discusses the challenges facing minority founders, and offers tips and resources to help during this journey.
5 Ways Entrepreneurs of Color Can Determine an Ally's Authenticity
Many BIPOC entrepreneurs have been inundated with messages from well-meaning "allies." Here's how to identify genuine allies and build positive relationships.
The Best Business Funding Options for Immigrant and Refugee Entrepreneurs
Breaking down the grants, loans and other forms of funding aspiring business owners should know about.
The SBA Gives $6.8 Billion in PPP to Business Owners of Color
The Small Business Administration is giving additional PPP funds to Community Financial Development Institutions, which lend to small businesses in underserved communities.
To Fuel Inclusive Entrepreneurship, Give Communities a Voice
Women and people of color have the ideas. They just need opportunity, capital and support to reach the next level.
A Leaked Powerpoint Suggests the SBA Is Denying Disaster Loans to Anyone Arrested in the Last 10 Years
Despite broad bipartisan support for stimulus loans reaching small-business owners with criminal records, Steven Mnuchin and the SBA are reportedly excluding more rehabilitated entrepreneurs than they've ever admitted before.
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.
Tracee Ellis Ross Spent 10 Years Building Pattern, Her Hair Care Brand
The actress and entrepreneur has learned that to be successful, the message is as important as the product.
From 25 Cents to $25,000 and Beyond: How 15 African-American Entrepreneurs Funded Their Businesses
It's Black History Month. Here are 15 African-American founders who turned small investments into big businesses.
These City Programs Are Giving Minority- and Women-Owned Businesses Access to Capital
If you're an entrepreneur in Minneapolis, Atlanta or New York, these programs could help fund your business idea.
How a Great Idea and Just $500 Launched a Powerful Network of Entrepreneurial Women of Color
Here's the story of how Aisha Taylor Issah founded Sistahs in Business Expo.