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Weekend Markets, who doesn’t love them? An increasingly popular feature in most urban areas, they can range from farmers and organic markets to open-air ‘chesa nyama’ like markets with all sorts of aromatic African cuisine and creative arts. 682 more words

Black Business

Me & The Bees 11 Year-Old CEO Mikaila Ulmer Is The Darling of The 2016 United State of Women Summit — The GeoGee Experience Magazine — Medium

Mikaila Ulmer, the 11-year-old founder of Me & The Bees Lemonade and honey bee advocate was quite the hit at the 2016 United State of Women Summit held in Washington D.C. 86 more words


Saturday, June 18th 2016

All smiles after The Women’s Empowerment And Entrepreneur Program Graduation Ceremony given by / at The Horatio Williams Foundation
Sponsored by Coca-Cola:)))

So grateful for the experience, mentors, friends gained, and lessons learned as I pursue my passions via… 75 more words


Customer Service: What's Color Got to Do with It?

By: Customers Poet

Originated: February 27, 2016


A month full of events from the day of love to Mardi Gras in New Orleans and the Gulf Coast region to Carnival in Central and South American nations. 157 more words

Customer Focused

Dope Chick: The Case Girl

Written by: Felicia Kid

I came across The Case Girl on Instagram so I decided to follow her on Snapchat. She’s young, trendy, outspoken, and the CEO of her own company… 253 more words


The Business Epidemic: A Black Dilemna?

I know, I know, the title throws you for a loop. Let me elaborate and make it clear. A majority of my life I have always heard, blacks are cheap and they want everything for free. 734 more words

Formerly homeless teen entrepreneur closes business to make soaps for people living in shelters

A FORMERLY homeless teen entrepreneur has closed his designer bath products business in order to focus entirely on making and donating soaps to people with nowhere to live. 270 more words

The Young Empire