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Brii Renee: A woman of many talents

Brii Renee is an entrepreneur, entertainer, and humanitarian, and she is expanding her brand on various platforms. We sat down with Renee to find out how she got her start in radio and what is next for her in the

Silk Me Kids caters to children’s coils and curls

The hair business is a billion dollar industry but it is also oversaturated. MeMe Kelly, a New Orleans hairstylist, decided to go a different route with her vision and developed a hair care brand strictly for kids. Silk Me Kids hair

Freelance modeling: Tips to boost your brand

Many aspiring models wonder how to make more money, especially when they are going the freelance route. Given that there are more models available to shoot then there are paid shoots, being able to showcase your value as a model

3 facts to know about business credit

One’s credit score is used to evaluate trustworthiness as a borrower. But here’s a curveball: What do you know about business credit? Whether you’re a business owner or simply dream of striking out on your own one day, read on

MeMe Kelly highlights entrepreneurship at Essence

One entrepreneur from New Orleans saw an opening and took a chance six years ago. Today, MeMe Kelly has the most successful local pop-up shop in New Orleans during Essence Festival. Her event, Hair Glam Squad, gives businesses and brands

6 tips to help you understand your brand

Brands aren’t just products anymore. Due to social media and how we obtain content now — you are your brand. No offense but if reality stars can turn their 15 seconds of fame into a household name then you surely

One-on-one with Kira The Realtor

Real estate is a goldmine for Atlanta and one young lady has made it her business to grab a piece of the pie. Kira Oliver is closing real estate deals all over the city. Her infectious personality matched with a

6 tips for women who want to start a business

In 2018, all kinds of women have the opportunity and ability to start a business whether full-time or part-time. Social media has changed the perception of a lot of women’s wants, desires, and perceptions. Many women are taking the risks

Business Mom Inc. helping moms become successful businesswomen

Motherhood is a full-time job. Running a business alongside raising a family can present unique challenges to entrepreneurial women. Whether through reading Dionna S. Walker’s book or attending a seminar, Walkers, company, Business Mom Inc., is helping mothers juggle family and

The Mad Chef: Spicing up entrepreneurship 1 dish at a time

Who doesn’t love a great seasoned steak or chicken breast? Everyone loves to eat great food, especially when it’s seasoned correctly. A lot of African Americans love to season their food heavily thus leading to an increase in their blood

Lauren Washington speaks out against bullying

Bullying has become a major issue in America. Kids are dealing with bullying with it not just in the classroom but also on the internet. Lauren Washington, co-founder of ABC, felt a need to help children everywhere who are dealing

A colorful conversation with hairstylist Cynthia Lumzy

We have all seen colorful wigs and hair extensions, whether on our favorite celebrity or a random woman in the mall. Meet the woman who is changing not only the way women wear their hair but also the color. Cynthia

CEO Supa Cent making women look beautiful with The Crayon Case

Internet sensation turned entrepreneur and cosmetics maven Supa Cent is the creator of the ever-popular The Crayon Case. From being funny on Instagram to launching a cosmetics empire for the amateur makeup artist, she has proven that anything is possible

3 ways social media changed business

Social media has changed everything about how we live nowadays. I know what you are thinking — well how does this relate to business? In this new era of social media, companies are asked to be increasingly transparent and personal.

Meet VH1 hair pro Milani Taylos

It was all a dream, no she didn’t read Word Up Magazine but Milani Taylos did dream of becoming a successful entrepreneur. Starting at the tender age of 15, entrepreneurship has always been in her blood. From the opening of

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