If you own a business targeting New York’s women of color, the 2009 Circle of Sisters is where you need to be this fall! Drawing over 35,000 people, this two-day event, taking place October 10th and 11th at Jacob Javits Center is a designed to unite, empower and celebrate women of color.
Circle of Sisters is sponsored by WBLS-FM, WLIB-AM and Inner City Broadcasting. WBLS (107.5 FM) is the premiere African American Station in the New York area. Some of its top-rated shows include The Wendy… Continue
Small business owners finding their next new thing
BY MILDRED L. CULP
Saturday, August 16th 2008, 4:00 AM
It may take just one great product to launch a business but, sooner or later, many entrepreneurs find they need a follow-up product to sustain their success.
Your Money talked to three New York small business operators, each of whom built on early success by continuing to innovate — giving their companies new momentum.
Putting The 'Locks Down' On The NFL
New York company may have answer to the league's hair issue
by Lloyd Vance, email@example.com
POSTED: Aug 1, 2008
PHILADELPHIA -- Even though the NFL quietly put aside “Hair-gate”, the policy/issue of whether a player’s hair can cover their name plate, at the last owner’s meeting with Commissioner Roger Goodell saying that he needed more time to talk with… Continue
Brentwood businessman sells hair-braid idea
BY GARY DYMSKI | firstname.lastname@example.org
September 8, 2008
As the drywall installation crew - mostly Jamaicans in dreadlocks - was finishing its job four years ago, Deon Leftenant wondered how much easier the task might be if only for their hair. "They kept getting dust on their hair during sanding," Leftenant said, "and it was just a hassle for them to work that way."
With the struggling group at a Westbury construction site… Continue