Welcome back to another episode here on the Oshay Duke Jackson Channel. A lot of people ask the question: “Should I start a Black based business?” The reasons why people ask this is because always say that the lack of Black Support is why people migrate from the Black based business algorithm. For this, many […]
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Black business owners are hoping they will receive a larger portion of these sales this year by targeting black consumers more. Author information Norm Bond Global Marketer & Digital Strategist at NORMBOND & Associates NORM BOND shows people how to use digital marketing tools to find customers, grow sales and increase profits. And if you’re […]
Finding Black-owned businesses to patronize this holiday season just became that much easier, thanks to a new mobile app. Digital platform Official Black Wall Street, founded by entrepreneur Mandy Bowman back in 2015, launched its highly-anticipated app earlier this month, providing consumers with the largest global directory of black-owned businesses right at their fingertips. The […]
(Photo by Rob Jinks) Mahogany Books, owned by husband and wife team, Derrick and Ramunda Young The historic Anacostia neighborhood of Southeast Washington, D.C., has a lot of stories to tell. Within this predominantly Black community lying east of the Anacostia River, there are foundational stories of how the region was originally inhabited and named […]
After hitting a $52 million jackpot in 2010, a South Florida businessman used his winnings to start his very own real estate company. Now he’s looking to invest that money back into a downtown Ft. Lauderdale community once known for its thriving Black business district. Entrepreneur Miguel Pilgram of The Pilgram Group says he is […]