Meet nine Black business starters who are paving the way for dreams.
From makers to caterers to campaigns, how our network of small business communities are spreading good things through the virus crisis.
What happens when “together” gets cancelled? How do we continue our mission of supporting business starters and growing communities in the face of catastrophic circumstances? How do we support each other when the word “community” itself feels like a threat?
Shining a light on burnout among entrepreneurs and the people who support them Burnout is not a new topic for the business world. The nature and risks of employee burnout have been extensively researched in relation to large corporations. Burnout among entrepreneurs has only recently started receiving more attention. A recent study reported in [...]
How changing our words might change the way we work with entrepreneurs. By Enoch Elwell Words are powerful, and they shape our perception of reality. But how much can the perception of one word impact the activities associated with it? In recent years, the idea of entrepreneurship has become more popular than ever. There [...]
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