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How a Nigerian Entrepreneur Built an African E-commerce Empire from His Bedroom
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Bottom line is that the list had become so long that I knew there was a strong demand, and when such demands are not met you have an amazing opportunity to do business. Mall for Africa is also a platform that empowers Africans. For example, we help schools with books, supplies, computers and educational material. […]

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The Myth of Black Buying Power
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Thanks to #BLM-Chicago for inviting this conversation, a closer look into the politics and propaganda of Black “buying power.”

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African Entrepreneur Commits $100 Million to Create Jobs and Build Business
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With a $100 million commitment the TEF Entrepreneurship Programme is the first of its kind and scale in Africa. The goal is to empower 10,000 entrepreneurs who will collectively create one million jobs and generate $10 billion in revenue.

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Professor Devin perfectly breaks down the state of black entrepreneurship at Pro Beauty Show 2016
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Michigan Black Chamber of Commerce Acquires National Business League
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Black business leaders gathered in Detroit’s Campus Martius Park to hear the announcement of the merger of the Michigan Black Chamber of Commerce with the National Business League. Photo/Facebook The Michigan Black Chamber of Commerce, a statewide group that promotes Black businesses, acquired the National Business League, an organization with a similar mission, in a […]

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How Gentrification Is Undermining the Notion of Black Community and Destroying Black Businesses
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Bedstuy is one of the communities that have been significantly changed by gentrification. (Courtesy: Wikimedia) Lori Shepherd is an African-American small-business owner in Oakland, Calif. Shepherd’s story is becoming an increasingly familiar one for urban Blacks. “Due to Uber’s decision to move within two blocks of my shared office space, and the construction and limited parking, […]

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‘I don’t know a single black entrepreneur’
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TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington says there are few black entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley

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