Carlton Speaks InterviewAfter growing frustrated about her natural hair journey, she began to develop the idea of starting a business that would feature quality hair products. She mentioned the following pertaining the birth of her business
CCAC’s Black Student Union creates Black Business ExpoFor their last event of the school year, the president and vice president of the Black Student Union at Community College of Allegheny County decided that, rather than a party or a social event, they would give Black entrepreneurs a chance to promote their companies while promoting entrepreneurship to CCAC students.
Retail incubator for woman and minority-owned businesses opening in East LibertyGallery on Penn will open on November 2 as a new pop-up store to help to launch women- and minority-owned retail businesses. See full article here...