Systemic racism has made it difficult for Black entrepreneurs and business owners to be successful over the past century. We take a look at why this barrier exists and resources for Black entrepreneurs.
Very little money stays in the Black Economy. Nahla Davies explores how all small business owners can support Black entrepreneurs and promote diversity.
Eliminating obstacles that hinder the growth and success of these small businesses is imperative. It can drive innovation and grow our nation’s economy.
Join this webinar and learn about the resources available to minority entrepreneurs and practical steps on how to launch, grow and innovate your business. Read more
The third piece in Patricia Wynn's year long series highlighting the day in the life of a 50+ minority entrepreneur in America. Read more
SCORE Small Business Mentors Celebrates and Supports Black-Owned Businesses as Pandemic Struggles Continue
During the month of February, SCORE, mentors to America's small businesses and a resource partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration, is celebrating and honoring the... Read more
This New York Times article examines how some Black and Hispanic millennials are turning to alternative careers like real estate or entrepreneurship to find financial security,... Read more
Women entrepreneurs: five things you need to do to succeed from SCORE client and entrepreneur Ceata Lash. Read more
These New Englanders are building dream careers in a job market turned upside down, including SCORE client Stefanie Corbin. Read more