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Mona Sanders Gives Us A Little Taste Of Heaven

Based in Douglasville, GA (Atlanta Metro) A Little Taste of Heaven ships all around the U.S.A. By Taroue W. Brooks Photos By Ty Myrick Photography Make Up Artist: Jay Stamped What inspired you to become an entrepreneur after […]

Lisa Comfort founder, Go NAKid, LLC and GoNAKid.com

By Taroue Brooks TELL US ABOUT GoNAKid.com GoNAKid.com is a unique platform that encourages users to share life experiences and promote self-growth, healing and happiness. WHAT INSPIRED YOU TO BECOME AN ENTREPRENEUR? My thought pattern […]

Green Power Industry

Green Power is a rapidly growing industry domestic and international. More women need to become CEOs in solar energy and STEM programs. All over the world especially in remote areas they need this technology. MEA […]

A Continued Commitment to Serve

By Lamont Hames Carmen Powell founded Veritiss with the intent of providing the very best service and support to the Government.  She is the founder, president, and CEO of Veritiss, LLC.  A twenty-year veteran of […]

Black Dollars Matter:

It’s Time for Blacks to pull the trigger on politics By Jeffrey L. Boney  (NNPA Newswire Contributor) How often do we hear messages about the amount of money Black people spend every year as consumers? In […]

MEA Business Networking Coalition Event

MEA magazine is hosting another networking coalition event that is open to small, minority, HUBZone, women and veteran-owned businesses who are and plan to be  federal contractors. This is a free event, but everyone needs […]

SURVEY OF BLACK BUSINESSES IN AMERICA

In 2002, African American-owned businesses accounted for 1.2 million of the US’s 23 million businesses. That number increased to 1.9 million in 2007 with the latest US Census data in 2015 reporting the number of black firms […]

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