The California Black Chamber of Commerce Foundation Inc. (CALBCCF) is offering “game-changing opportunities” for mini micro, micro, and small business proprietors of the state at the Economic Business and Roundtable Statewide Summit 2022.
Los Angeles, CA – February 28, 2022: Befitting of a National Women’s History event, magazine publisher and creative design firm owner, Sarah R. Harris, will take the helm as president & CEO of the Black Business Association (BBA), the oldest active ethnic business support organization in the State of California.
Since its founding in 2007, Airbnb has become the leading home-rental platform in the world. Due to the millennial generation's prioritization of ease and convenience, coupled with discounted accommodations that are anywhere from 6% to 17% cheaper than hotels, it's easy to see why this online marketplace has disrupted the entire industry.
Thinking of buying an electric vehicle (EV)? You’re not alone.
With gas prices skyrocketing and an increasing number of EV models debuting in 2022, many people are thinking about electric vehicles. EVs may solve the skyrocketing gasoline prices, but that doesn't mean owning one is without its challenges, especially when it comes to inoperable charging stations.
The Black Business Association (BBA) is a well-respected institution in Southern California. It was created in Los Angeles in 1970 to foster an environment conducive to African American and minority small business owners. By dedicating the organization to the advocacy, promotion, and development of African American-owned businesses with the hopes of creating an economic base to allow the African American community true self-sufficiency.
As society evolves, we continue to find new ways to keep up with the status quo as human beings. Unfortunately, as people of color, some of us are often the last to access or obtain vital information that provides an even playing field. For this reason, people like Bobby Robinson and his new green NFT company, REPtura, deserve recognition for their fantastic work.
If you have not met Earl "Skip" Cooper, II, you are missing out on quite a treat. His smile makes you smile. His laugh makes you laugh. His storytelling is mesmerizing. His love for Black folk and Black businesses runs as deep as Lake Tanganyika (Africa's deepest body of water). He is the quintessential Black leader who adorns himself in African garb not because it looks nice but because he appreciates the energy of his ancestors and ethnic pride.