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Third annual Melanin in May festival to be bigger and better

Melanin in May, the festival celebrating all things Black, including business, art, music and food, is back for year three. Celebrated in Indianapolis during Memorial...

Second annual BIPOC Community Empowerment Summit announced

The second annual BIPOC Community Empowerment Summit returns to Martin University this week. Hosted by the Indianapolis Foundation, in partnership with Partec Consulting Group, the...

Destroying supplier diversity under the guise of ‘efficiency’

Senate Bill 133 undermines supplier diversity and threatens Indiana minority businesses. Indiana is open to borrowing from a state that has good ideas. Still, in...

Business leaders split on recession forecasts as economic outlooks moderate, finds JPMorgan Chase survey

Performance expectations remain high despite labor and inflation challenges New insight from Innovation Economy leaders finds increased optimism, but concerns around raising capital remain New York...

President Biden celebrates Black small business boom, announces new investments

By Stacy M. BrownNNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent In a press call, top White House officials attributed the surge in Black entrepreneurship, the fastest in...

Tea’s Me Cafe, coming to a store near you!

Tea’s Me Cafe is now selling a line of bottled teas in grocery stores around Indiana. The local tea cafe, owned by WNBA Hall of...

Beyond business: Black executive leaders paving the way in Indy

Amidst the vibrant economic landscape of Indianapolis, the rise in Black executive leadership symbolizes a pivotal shift in the city’s corporate realm.

The power of Black entrepreneurship: Scale your business while protecting your brand!

Black-owned businesses have a rich history of resilience and innovation. By scaling while protecting your brand, you're not just building a business; you're contributing...

Pouring into their own community: The making of Indy Fresh Market

The doors of Indy Fresh Market opened Sept. 27 at 7 a.m., welcoming the Indianapolis community and more. With no supermarket for miles in...

Transforming healthcare access: Business as Usual’s impact on underserved communities in Indiana

In the heart of Indiana, a powerful movement is underway—one that is reshaping the landscape of healthcare access and economic opportunity for underserved communities....
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