The multi-category, knowledge recall game, created by family matriarch Celeste Lewis, was launched in the fall of 2018 and is now stocked in various stores in the Twin Cities
In celebration of Small Business Month, find small business news and profiles giving brief snapshots of MN’s Black-owned businesses.
Founder Jacob Johnson shares his fitness journey and the inspiration behind his new center.
Run by Raeisha Williams, the tea house first opened its doors in December 2017, although it’s been a dream of hers for quite a while.
Like many entrepreneurs, De’Vonna Pittman is a Jill of many trades. Her endeavors include launching the organic hair and skin line, Nature’s Syrup Skin & Hair Care.
Her offerings, including a much-in-demand peach cobbler dubbed ‘Harriet’s Escape,’ along with a ‘Dr. T. Adams Philosophy’ pecan cobbler….
A lot of African Americans don’t really know too much about men’s personal care products. In the industry, it’s very White, so we got into business to hit a target market that wasn’t [being served].
Black business ownership, along with its benefits — financial freedom, legacy, self-empowerment — is not a new conversation. How people are approaching it is.
Autumn Frazier is the proprietor of Autumn’s Vintage Boutique, LLC in Minneapolis. The 59-year-old mother of three owns the resale shop that carries high-end vintage clothing and one-of-a-kind pieces that you aren’t likely to find anywhere else.
Aniki is just 11 years old, and he owns his own company called Ice Cream Bow Ties.
Licensed cosmetologist Karen Coffey opened Bella Beauty and Hair in January 2017 to provide women and men in the Twin Cities with a diverse range of products and services catering to natural hair and beyond.