Research on Black Women Entrepreneurs: Past and Present Conditions of Black Women’s Business Ownership

Research on Black Women Entrepreneurs: Past and Present Conditions of Black Women’s Business Ownership

Our analysis of the 2012 Survey of Business Owners highlight that some of the most dramatic increases in entrepreneurship occurred in women of color.  In late 2015, we commissioned research to investigate Black women’s business ownership as it has seen a sharp rise in recent years – nearly 67% since 2007, making them one of the fastest growing segments of business ownership in the country. Despite the rise in business ownership, Black women business owners continued to have average receipts of $27,753.

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Why Diversity And Inclusion Will Be A Top Priority For 2016

Why Diversity And Inclusion Will Be A Top Priority For 2016

U. S. Senator Bob Menendez:  2014 Corporate Diversity Survey

U. S. Senator Bob Menendez: 2014 Corporate Diversity Survey