Black Volleyball Club for Girls

In a League of Her Own – Coach Opens Volleyball Club to offer Skilled Training to Low-Income Girls. Club Fees 65% Less Than Traditional Volleyball Clubs St.Clair County Volleyball Club (SCC) is a relatively new volleyball club. But it is one that is gaining momentum, mainly because girls who always wanted to join a volleyball […]

Making Business Insurance Simple & Affordable

Insurance Specialist Offers Entrepreneurs Quality Group Coverage without Costly Group Rates Educates Clients on the Ins-and-Outs of Employee Benefits “There are a lot of major medical cost associated with small businesses when trying to retain good employees by offering health benefits,” says Carmen Hornberger, owner of Benefits to Go. “What we do is, we allow […]

Teachers Teaching Entrepreneurship

Empowering St Louis Teachers to Teach Entrepreneurship Program Creates Curriculum for Schools that Guides Youth Towards Business You can tell by the energy in her voice as she describes the program that Angela Lewis loves what she does.  Lewis is the St.Louis area directory for the Network For Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE), a national program that […]

Black Entrepreneurs Inc

Black Entrepreneurs Inc Helps Black College Students Study Abroad Says International Business Essential to the Future of Black Business Ever since Jared Jenkins was awarded the opportunity to study overseas in college he knew that he wanted to share the experience with other Black students in the United States.

Proficient Chiropractic

No More Living with Pain St.Louis Chiropractors Help the Body Heal Itself at Only $35 Per Visit What God has made He can heal. That’s the message of the doctors of Proficient Chiropractic in Overland, MO.  “The force that created our bodies can also heal our bodies,”  says Dr. Xavier Tipler of Proficient. “As chiropractors […]

Juice Masters Extends to Juice Bar

From Hustle to Opportunity Young Entrepreneur Excited About the Chance to Work for Self Some youth don’t have a clue what they want to do with their lives until they are much older. But that’s not the case for this 22 year old. After couple dead end jobs Joshua Reed says he knew he wanted […]

Cbabi Art Sells on T-Shirt

Popular Artist Attributes Solid Shirt Sales to Political Consciousness Increases Production to Meet Demand. The trendy t-shirts have been pretty hard to get a hold of.  But if you’ve seen them you’ll understand why.  The shirt is called Revolution.   It’s a character drawing of a little black girl standing defiant, fist high in the air.  […]

CAAAB on Business Resources

St.Louis Black Businesses Suffer From Lack of Knowledge Business guru says local businesses missing out on grants and assistance programs. “The entrepreneurial climate in St Louis is excellent.” says Eddie Davis, head of The Center for the Acceleration of African-American Business (CAAAB)  “The problem is African American business owners aren’t as aware as they should […]

MOOD – Dessert Bar & Lounge

New Downtown Lounge Gets You in the Mood. Owners use dress code, decor, quick food, and music to create a sophisticated nightlife downtown. After months of making renovations to its 20th & Locust location, MOOD opened its doors early this year, and since opening has quickly become a fan favorite for St. Louis’ young and […]