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Kristyn Page, the vice president of multicultural community engagement for Macy’s, recently attended the Black Enterprise Women of Power Summit in Las Vegas. During the conference, Page spoke with rolling out about working in corporate America and how to navigate it as a Black woman. She also gave us a sneak peek into what’s to come at…

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So often, we’ve heard of the “official meetings” not really happening until attendees have left the boardroom and headed to the golf course. Unfortunately, most women are not invited for a variety of reasons, the most prevalent being the assumption that they don’t know how to play the game. This is where Tiffany Fitzgerald and Black…

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The Young Belle Project is a mentoring program targeted towards empowering young girls through its mission — “Building an Extraordinary, Liberated and Luminous Essence in Young Women” by giving them the essentials needed to plan and execute successful lives. The Young Belle Project was founded by Tiffany Brown in 2013. On Sunday, Feb. 25, 2018, The Young…

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ATLANTA – On Sept.30, 2017,100 Female Entrepreneurs Business League and The Ms. CEO Society hosted the inaugural DreamHer Fest. Touted as an all-girls business summer day camp, attendees soaked up knowledge and advice from women business moguls. Throughout the jam-packed day, women were able to shop in the “support local” marketplace, get pampered at the signature beauty lounges, participate in workshops,…

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Photo Credit: Randi Rossario Since their launch in 2014, Oh So Radio has been the leading media source for the millennial demographic throughout the metro Detroit area. The independent internet radio broadcast company and marketing hub has been buzzing tremendously. It has become known for hosting the most talked about events in media, music and…

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  Photo credit: Raquelle Harris for Steed Media Detroit N’ Hollywood held their semi-annual Black Women’s Business Expo last weekend at Greater Grace Temple in Detroit. Sponsored in part by Fox 2 Detroit, the event featured over 50 women-owned businesses offering various goods and services. Attendees were able to get in some early Christmas shopping…

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BlackOut Entertainment exceeded expectations of their first BlackOut Entertainment Fashion Music and Art Affair on Aug. 19 at Cobo Hall in Detroit. The founders and owners of BlackOut Entertainment are sisters La’Shanta and Errin Mitchell, and Alicia Osborne and LaTerria Snipes. When BlackOut Entertainment launched this past June, the ladies set out to bring exposure…

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Seven years ago, Nancy Lewis and Rhonda Hight created Transforming Women Entrepreneurs, a forum designed to give entrepreneurs and those who aspire to travel the entrepreneurial journey an opportunity to network and gain business strategies in an upscale environment. They are having their seven-year anniversary event on March 12, 2015, and its theme is Women Igniting, Influencing &…

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It takes a huge helping of courage and a lipstick tube of faith to do what Melissa Butler has done. Butler took her passion for color and cosmetics and created The Lip Bar, an electrifying and “intoxicating” line of unconventional colored lipsticks. The Detroit native is no novice in the world of business; she has a background…

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IBM’s vice president of market development Marilyn Johnson is one of the few black women with executive-level sales and marketing experience in the global elite of information technology firms. Moreover, Johnson is more than a casual supporter of minority and women leadership in corporate America and society. She is an avid advocate, a change agent and,…

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