businesses account for approximately 60 to 80 percent of the jobs in
this country, but they need resources for continued growth.
Virtually anyone involved in a new venture today is concerned about
“intellectual property". Here are a few points of interest to keep in mind.
The name you give your business is certainly an important decision. Some people choose a name for sentimental reasons (as in a child’s name) and others want the name of the business to reflect what the business does.
To quote an old cliche, Necessity is the mother of invention. And this
was true in the case of a new emerging company called KOJAMI.
In the past, entrepreneurs chose a business concept and then stuck with
it. Now, entrepreneurs use a strategy known as
Internet entrepreneur Jason Njoku has turned Iroko Partners into the world’s largest digital distributor of Nigerian movies and African music.
Tech entrepreneur Kimberly Bryant started Black Girls Code as a way to teach African-American girls how to succeed in the world of technology.
Robert Johnson, the 1st African-American billionaire, has invested in hotels and real estate. Now, he's returning to his old stamping