TP Toys and Accessories, a local black-owned toy store in New Rochelle, offers a personal touch for holiday shoppers. I had the privilege of visiting TP Toys on shop small business Saturday, where my kids and I were greeted with warm smiles and surrounded by toys and yet more toys down each aisle. I will… Read More Shop Small in New Rochelle this Holiday Season
Webinars are a significant way to educate your audience. Not only can you teach your audience something new, you also teach them the value of your product or service. Creating a webinar isn’t easy. They have to be planned out to make the best use of your time and focus on captivating your audience. Here,… Read More 10 Webinar Mistakes to Avoid
We are so excited to partner with Dr. Walter Hidalgo with a goal of being more socially aware. Here, he answers your questions and shares advice on life and wellness while living in a social media driven world. DEAR THE VIRGO GIRL, I am a very shy person, and have used the internet as my… Read More Ask the Virgo Girl: I’m Socially Awkward, where can I find friends offline?
In 2010, Judith Jacques founded BLACK STREET, an organization that serves to change the narrative of the Black community and its representation. At conception, the platform aided in the destruction of stereotypes, while educating within and outside the community about the influence of Black culture and why we (as Black people) have more to offer… Read More Judith Jacques Shares Tips on Stepping Out on Faith and Building a Successful Business
Social media has a major influence on the success or failure of your business. Not only are sites like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn a way to define your brand and make your business stand out, they also allow you to reach a wider audience and numerous potential customers. But as a small business owner, who… Read More 4 Must-Have Social Media Apps for Business That You May Not Know About