This week, 4D Healthware, an online personal health dashboard specializing in chronic care management, announced it closed a $710,000 seed investment
round that included a mix of private equity and angel investors,
including multiple physicians. Here, we caught up with founder Star Cunningham, who formerly led global infrastructure at IBM, for an exclusive interview.
Denise Hamilton ditched her many years in corporate America to go out on
her own and recently launched WatchHerWork .com. The Jamaica-born,
Brooklyn, NY-raised Hamilton, 45, wanted to create an online network and
resource for professional women, providing curated advice, helpful
videos and assorted information. Then there are the WatchHerWork
networking and mentoring events nationwide.
Some major corporations say they have trouble finding, recruiting and
retaining minority candidates. So Porter Braswell and Ryan Williams
came up with Jopwell which is a platform that lets companies connect with and
recruit minority candidates for internships and jobs. Here, we caught up with the duo who started their early careers on Wall Street.
A consortium of people of color doing business in the same
community with the clever catch phrase, entrepreneurial enclave, is a
key element in creating black wealth says small business advocate Kevin
Wortham. As the director and co-founder of a nationally revered program
that guides teens into owning their own businesses, Wortham is at the
forefront of forming commonwealths that are chock full of minority-owned