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Reported by Ashley Naples Nielsen, an American global information and measurement company, partnered with Essence for its 2014 African American Consumer report which provides extensive research about African-American spending and culture. Despite the negative stereotypes about Black America’s...

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What To Do When Your Household Income Is Cut In Half

January 23, 2015 | 0 Comments

By Victor Ochieng It’s a challenge transitioning from two income sources to one. But in life, such dilemmas are bound to happen. For example, a family where both parents have...

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Africa

by Maria Lloyd There’s a new narrative being written about the Motherland, and it is known as Africa Rising. This campaign, if you will, is a testament to the budding middle class families that are emerging...

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by Maria Lloyd If you’re seeking to invest some of your savings and/or inheritance, you may want to strongly consider investing in African nations. In this interview, I spoke with two African business consultants and...

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Doing Business in Africa Is Safest And Easiest In These 3 Countries by John-Paul Iwuoha and Dr. Harnet Bokrezion Doing business in Africa can be safe and easy, and this article will reveal to you in...

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5 Bold Facts You Should Know About Africa’s Property Sector Before Investing by John-Paul Iwuoha and Dr. Harnet Bokrezion Are you considering starting a business in Africa’s property sector or maybe investing in it? With GDPs...

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By Victor Ochieng The demand for Indian hair in African countries is so high that several Indian companies have switched their focus to the continent. The companies work to either partner with other companies basedin...

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Entrepreneurship

By Nomalanga Mhlauli-Moses My coaching programs help entrepreneur women who struggle to balance building their own business with marriage and motherhood. I think we can all agree that you can’t quit your kids and you...

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by Maria Lloyd There’s a new narrative being written about the Motherland, and it is known as Africa Rising. This campaign, if you will, is a testament to the budding middle class families that are emerging...

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I hate to burst your bubble, but nobody is a self-made anything. So, if you live by the “No New Friends” motto, you may be eliminating new business and new opportunities.  Regardless of whether you...

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By Simi Afroza Mira Devin Robinson is an investor, entrepreneur, professor, and the founder of the Urban Business Institute’s Small Business Academy. He stated that “with 80 percent of businesses failing in the first five...

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Doing Business in Africa Is Safest And Easiest In These 3 Countries by John-Paul Iwuoha and Dr. Harnet Bokrezion Doing business in Africa can be safe and easy, and this article will reveal to you in...

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By Nomalanga Mhlauli-Moses Many small business owners have high hopes for their businesses when they start and they are motivated and work hard but somehow don’t get the results that they had hoped for. Sometimes...

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