Last year, Keith Alexander Ashe launched a unique consumer finance consultancy: Spendology. According to Ashe, it uses psychology and analytics to advance financial and ecological intelligence. A biomedical engineer by trade, Ashe says the company develops content, products, and services that give "Decision Power to the People."
Since starting Super Woman Publishing, Angela T. Jones has seen her
event management and publishing company evolve. Among the services she
now offers are book publishing, motivational speaking, movie production,
television script writing services and event planning services. She
tells TNJ.com how she built her brand.
Newark, N.J.-based consulting firm BCT Partners has announced a merger
with Lynx Technology Partners, Inc., a Manhattan-headquarted IT
consulting concern. Financial details about the deal have yet to be
Olivia Scott, former CMO of Carol's Daughter, vice president of
alliances at Live Nation, associate publisher of VIBE Magazine, and
current adjunct marketing professor at New York University, saw a
business opportunity in 2012 and took it. It was the year she launched
NY-based Omerge Alliances, an integrated marketing communications
consultancy dedicated to independent video, film and music properties.
To say Dr. Mary M. Gillam has had a diverse career would be an
understatement. Gilliam is a retired Air Force Colonel after spending
nearly 30 years in the military; a former senior executive with the
Department of Defense (DoD), where she served as the Director of
Technology, Innovation, and Engineering; an Amazon #1 best-selling
author; and founder of tech consulting and management company M2G
Dynamic Leadership Solutions, LLC.
Holt Brothers Construction LLC today announced it has been awarded roles
on three upcoming construction projects in the Raleigh area. Led by
former N.C. State and NFL stars Terrence and Torry Holt, Holt Brothers
Construction will work with several of the Southeast’s largest general
contractors on essential community projects that will propel the region
For business owner Tamara Mangum, the Super Bowl will always be a pleasant memory—not due to its
outcome, but because her company—Sharpened Image was one
of only a handful of African American vendors in the metro area to nab a
lucrative contract with Met Life/NFL for Super Bowl-related services. Mangum recently sat down with TNJ.com to discuss her company and how the
Super Bowl was, indeed, a kicker of sorts, to her business.