Nigerian Inventor Creates Stove That Cooks Food And Charges Smartphones

Max Chinnah is a 26-year-old Nigerian inventor and entrepreneur who recently invented a smokeless stove that doesn’t just cook food—the stove has the ability to convert that particular heat energy into electricity so you can actually charge your smartphone.

African American Stock Trader Hosting Seminars Nationwide to Teach Beginners How to Flip and Invest In Stocks

Black-owned stock market education and technology company that specializes in teaching beginners how to trade and invest

Black Woman Invents First Computer Science Education Doll

Bukola Somide
Bukola Somide is a Nigerian woman who has invented “Somi,” the very first Computer Science Interactive Doll. The goal of this 14-inch doll is to not only be fun to play with but educational as well. According to, Somide...

Meet The Haircare Entrepreneur Who Won Over The Sharks After Originally Being Turned Down

Noel Durity created the unique comb for black hair
When Noel Durity created the unique comb for black hair called Twist It Up, he was convinced that his product would be a game-changer for people. So he decided to audition for the hit TV show, Shark Tank, during a live casting...

Founder Of Black-Owned Vodka Brand Black Momma To Open Cafe And Bar

Vanessa Braxton, the owner of Black Momma Vodka and Black Momma Tea, is expanding her burgeoning empire.

Survey Shows 80% Of Black Business Owners Feeling Left Out Of Detroit’s Resurgence

With Detroit’s economic resurgence, many black business owners are surprisingly feeling left out. According to survey results reported by WWJ News, although Detroit is experiencing great redevelopment, its black business leaders feel they’re being left out of opportunities in the city’s...

Entrepreneur Creates ‘Raising Black Millionaires’ Flashcards To Teach Youth About Building Wealth

Representation is everything. In an effort to teach children about the importance of entrepreneurship and building wealth, a Black-owned media company based in New Orleans created a flashcard game that highlights the journeys of Black millionaires and billionaires, the Chicago Defender reported.

Women of color are starting new businesses faster than anyone else

Minority women
Consider this stat: Over the past year, women started an average of 1,817 new businesses per day in the U.S. That now represents 42% of nearly 13 million businesses overall, which employ 9.4 million workers and generate revenue of $1.9 trillion. And...

Why Black Entrepreneurs Should Add Toronto To Their Bucket List

Toronto has been recognized as one of the most multicultural cities in the world, boasting over 200 ethnic groups with over 140 languages spoken.

Introducing the First Ever Black Woman-Owned Rideshare Service for Kids

First ever Black woman-owned transportation company


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