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01 Oct 2018

Believe it or not, socks are a big market. Just ask Marisa Walcott, an experienced fashion buyer who used to work for Sears.

Published in Business

43-year-old Kike Lola Odusanya was an entrepreneur, business coach, motivational speaker and author. Her book “My Boss Is Me” was a true reflection of how she lived her life - giving heartfelt advice to any woman ready to listen, about how to find success through entrepreneurship.

Published in Opinion

Peter Odle is a busy guy, a native Torontonian who makes his living making big cities like Toronto, Montreal and New York more accessible for clients.

Published in Business

Diverse communities continue to face barriers in accessing lucrative entrepreneurship opportunities created by Canada’s burgeoning technology-driven innovation sector. Black entrepreneurs, in particular, encounter steep challenges when starting and growing a business, from accessing seed capital to fewer publicly recognized role models.

Published in News

Black women in North America spend billions of dollars a year in the beauty industry, capturing the lion’s share of the “ethnic” beauty market. But when it comes to ownership of our own brands we are still lagging far behind.

Published in Opinion

 

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