George Foreman

George Foreman Talks Cashing In On His Famous Grill: ‘There Were Months I Was Being Paid $8 Million

George Foreman may have one of the greatest endorsement deals we’ve ever seen in sports. George Foreman Grill The former heavyweight boxer endorsed a fat-reducing grilling machine otherwise known as the George Foreman Grill beginning in the mid-90s. Around this period, Foreman had caught the attention of various advertisers looking to profit off his name, image, and likeness […]

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Zeus Network

Black-Owned Zeus Network Lands Exclusive Global Rights to Floyd Mayweather’s Next Fight

The Main Event According to a press release, the Black-owned network has officially inked exclusive distribution rights to Floyd Mayweather’s forthcoming fight against Aaron “The Joker” Chalmers. “I am excited to partner with The Zeus Network for my exhibition fight,” said Mayweather in an official statement. “I know they will help bring the event to […]

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SPERGO Founder Trey Brown Recalls Retiring His Mom at 13 Years Old

Today’s generation is breeding an influx of young, exceptional entrepreneurs. Among that talent is Trey Brown. The teen founder and Philly native is behind SPERGO — a unisex designer lifestyle brand. As previously reported by AfroTech, since launching his line, he has generated millions and landed a “Shark Tank” deal. “What inspired me to start a business was when […]

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Vegan Wings

Entrepreneur Opens First Black-Owned, Plant-Based Vegan Wings Restaurant in Atlanta

Meet N’namdi Arinze, the founder and owner of Vegan Wangs, an Atlanta-based delivery and catering service that offers soy-free vegan chicken wings and gluten-free oyster mushroom wings along with side items and drinks. The Black-owned company has already pleased vegans and non-vegans alike with its various flavors including Buffalo, Thai sweet chili, Ginger teriyaki, Mango habanero, […]

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Disney Collaborates with Black-Owned CreativeSoul Photography to Reimagine White Princess Characters

CreativeSoul, an Atlanta-based Black-owned photography business, has been tapped to collaborate with Disney to launch a special edition artist series that features a beautiful collection of reimagined diverse dolls. All of them are inspired by the original Disney princesses. The CreativeSoul Doll Collection, which is based on the work of CreativeSoul Photography founders Regis and […]

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Isiah Thomas

Isiah Thomas Announces Expansion of Cheurlin Champagne at New Location

NBA Hall of Famer Isiah Thomas, owner of Cheurlin Champagne is excited to announce Cheurlin Champagne has just arrived at over 100 Total Wine & More locations. Total Wine & More is the country’s largest independent retailer of fine wine. Cheurlin Champagne is on the shelves and available for immediate purchase. This expansion allows this hand-harvested […]

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Milky Mama

Creator of Milky Mama Provides Lactation Support for Expecting, Breastfeeding Mothers

Motherhood is not always a walk in the park, and many moms face similar struggles during their breastfeeding periods. International Board Certified Lactation Consultant Krystal Nicole Duhaney, is the woman behind Milky Mama, a lactation-supporting product line for mothers raising babies. According to the Milky Mama site, Duhaney was inspired to produce resources for mothers because of her […]

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Blaq Hair Luxury

Waitress Uses $2,000 in Tips to Build a Multi-Million Dollar Hair Company, Blaq Hair Luxury, in 3 Years

Blaq Hair Luxury founder and CEO Cherice Williams has built a multi-million dollar company by providing hair products made from innovative formulas that help stimulate healthy growth and restoration from damage. Williams was working as a housekeeper and a waitress when she moved to the United States from Jamaica in 2016. After being diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome […]

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Strip Mall

Black Woman Opens First-Ever Black-Owned Strip Mall in Washington, DC

Angel Gregorio, a serial entrepreneur and Howard University alum, has launched the first-ever Black-owned strip mall in Washington, DC with affordable commercial space specifically for other Black women business owners. In December 2021, Gregorio bought a 7,500-square-foot commercial property worth $1 million to expand her business The Spice Suite. The property looked dilapidated but she saw […]

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New Effort Aims to Cut Large Funding Gap Between Underserved Entrepreneurs & Peers

Consider that Black entrepreneurs on average have $35,000 of capital to start a business. In comparison, white entrepreneurs have more than $100,000 of capital to do the same. Those were among new thought-provoking statistics mentioned last week by Donald R. Cravins Jr., the first Under Secretary of Commerce for Minority Business Development. He leads the Minority […]

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