In this episode, I lay out the Buy Black Podcast Blueprint for 2018. We give shout outs to the latest 5-Star Reviews, talk about the benefits of downloading the Buy Black Podcast App from the Apple or Google Play store, and set clear expectations of what we will accomplish together this year.
Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day! Today, I want us to take some time to reflect on what Dr. King really stood for.The speech we will hear today was actually the last that Martin Luther King Jr. delivered in his life. It was given in Tennessee, supporting the Memphis Sanitation Workers' Strike, April 3, 1968.
In this episode, we tackle some hard truths about the deep divide between spending habits of Black Consumers and the selling habits of Black Business Owners. It's important to shift the black community from producer to consumers.
This episode builds upon the recent focus a growth around the NFL boycott and #TakeAKnee protests by revisiting the strategic goal of the movement (to decrease police violence against non-threatening black people).
In this episode, you'll find 15 ideas for businesses that you can start at any time or place with minimal resources, without leasing facilities or office space. Whether you've been forced to move to a new home, or are simply looking for an opportunity to break free from working for someone else.
Building on Episode 5, this show digs into why you should recognize that everything in life revolves around marketing, and how you can build yourself into a powerful brand that will generate better opportunities for you and your business.
Have you ever heard of the one page business plan. Generally, if your business is more difficult than a one page explanation, you may want to reconsider your business. This is the second episode in a 4-part series on overcoming common obstacles and objections to start your own business.
Join me in this straight-forward episode as I discuss some key terms, designations, and eligibility requirements that your small business could meet in order to get preferential consideration in winning government contracts.
In today's episode, I describe a brief timeline of events, legislative actions, judicial decisions, and entrepreneurial ventures that overview the history of traveling while black in the United States.
Join me as I explore the four basic types of crowdfunding campaigns and compare the attributes of the three most popular crowdfunding platforms for entrepreneurs and startups interested in raising funds (Kickstarter, GoFundMe, and Indiegogo).