By Victoria Falk
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the United States unemployment rate dropped to 3.7 percent in September of 2018 – the lowest it’s been since 1969. However, the same studies also show that fewer new jobs have been created. At a time when you have more highly skilled, well educated people are competing for […]
Stories are Instagram’s latest sensation. With this new feature, users can broadcast doodle-overlaid, slideshow-formatted videos or photos that automatically disappear after 24 hours, contributing to the ephemeral feel of Instagram’s newest launch. How can you organically increase the number of views on your Instagram stories? Make Use of Hashtags Use hashtags on your Instagram stories. […]
Hillary Clinton, Angela Merkel, Indira Gandhi, Margaret Thatcher. Even if you don’t agree with their politics, there’s no denying these women worked their way into positions of great leadership. While women in business may struggle to notch up the same high-profile success, there are many qualities women bring to work that are can create big-time […]
(New York, NY) — New York City Comptroller Scott M. Stringer released an updated 2019 LGBTQ+ Guide to Services and Resources – the most comprehensive directory of LGBTQ+ organizations and programs in New York City. This year’s guide is dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising and coincides with the City hosting WorldPride […]
Whether you already have a small business or are planning on starting one; this is the place for you! Join the Small Business Boot Camp and learn how to make your business work for you, in the face of a changing economy, market shifts and intense competitions. The Small Business Boot Camp was created by […]
Get ready to grow, connect and take your business global!
Do you want to take your business to the next level and expand into the global community? If you are a savvy entrepreneur, your answer should be a resounding “YES!” and you should circle your calendar for June 19, 2019. Be prepared to attend the expo of the year—the International and Multicultural Business Expo presented […]
Attorneys may play a role in tracking clients toward different bankruptcy options based on race.
By Gwen Sharp, Sociological Images The New York Times recently reported the results of a study of racial disparities in bankruptcy filings. When filing personal bankruptcy, most people have two options: Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. With Chapter 7, you have to turn over all non-exempt assets, which will be used to pay off as much of your […]
By Charles Tabasso. What tomorrow’s entrepreneurs should know before starting their businesses today.
New York may be a city of 8 million stories, but at its core is a story of universal success. Because here in the city that never sleeps the hustle never stops. It’s easy enough to see for yourself: if you can catch a New Yorker at the right moment there’ll be that same twinkle […]
Growing up in the Caribbean, for many, meant getting hands-on by cultivating your own food or even sewing your own clothes. Such is the case of Bridget Ward, a New York City-based fashion designer making waves in her community and beyond. Ward, originally from the island nation, St Vincent and the Grenadines, credits her Caribbean […]
The New American Chamber of Commerce Will Host Its First Annual Business, Real Estate & Wealth Building Expo BROOKLYN, February 27, 2018 ─ The Chamber Coalition ─ New American Chamber of Commerce (NACC), the African-American International Chamber of Commerce (AAICC) and the Hispanic-American International Chamber of Commerce (HAICC) ─ in partnership with Equity Smart Realty, […]