Juliana Pache was tired of not seeing Black culture and language represented in crossword puzzles, so she did something about it.
"I knew I was in for long hours, endless responsibilities and a lot of uncertainty, but I also knew it would all be worth it if I was working for myself."
The 31-year-old is the founder and CEO of a makeup brand that prioritizes Black women and honors the origins of African beauty ingredients.
At Sewrella Yarn, sales are 15 times what they were before the pandemic, but owner Ashleigh Kiser says “it’s never gravy.”
White business owners were able to get COVID relief loans earlier than minority owners, according to an Associated Press report.
In the Philippines, entrepreneurship is a way of life and a means of survival.
Trinity Mouzon Wofford shares what it’s like to process these past couple weeks and how reactions to her brand have changed since demonstrations began in the U.S.
Cannabis chef Miguel Trinidad and hemp farmer Luis Vega shared how they're finding their space in the budding industry of legal cannabis.
This Hispanic Heritage Month, we asked entrepreneurs to share how they use their companies to honor their heritage.
They're butchers, business owners and innovators, and they're taking names.