Annie Turnbo Malone was a businesswoman and philanthropist from Illinois, known for her cosmetic inventions and the Poro College. Because of her work, she’s sometimes referred to as the “mother” of the African American cosmetics, hair care, and beauty industries. Malone was also the first black female millionaire in America. Read More
“Good morning! Thank you for coming in!” Mo shouts from the far end of Kindness & Mischief as a new visitor carefully enters.
“This is gorgeous,” exclaims the customer as they walk into the brand new specialty coffee shop officially opening May 7th in Highland Park, Los Angeles.Read More
True physical and spiritual energy abounds at the Salt Room LV, the successful Halotherapy business founded by Ava Mucikyan and co-owned with Raffi Mucikyan on the quiet edges of Las Vegas.Read More
In the New York City Design District of Manhattan, a 2,000-square-foot showroom welcomes visitors from all over the world through its doors and into the furnishings of a truly beautiful home. Read More
Women-owned businesses can be found in all industries and sizes, but many of them are hidden in plain sight in home-based enterprises. These small businesses are making a difference in local economies – even those run from the family dining room table.Read More