Evita Gail Kaigler, Esq. is at a point in her life where she is proud of
all her accomplishments as a music lawyer. She started Law Offices of
Evita G. Kaigler, LLC, based in Atlanta, and in 2011, launched the
Future Music Attorneys (FMA) program, which is a pipeline created to
mentor and inspire college students and law students. Here, we talk to Kaigler about how she managed to build her brand and outsmart the music industry.
Everette Taylor is somewhat of a rarity--an African-American insider in Silicon Valley. He has launched or has helped launch more than a few successful tech ventures. He is a much sought-after consultant as well. Here, we caught up with the Virginia Tech grad who recently launched his own company, MilliSense.
Talk about a dynamic, young woman. Having been listed on Forbes's 2013 30 Under 30: Africa’s Best Young Entrepreneurs as
well as Oprah Magazine's "O Power List," Rapelang Rabana is one of
Africa's top stars in tech. Right after earning her bachelor's degree in business science and honors in computer science from the University of
Cape Town, in 2005 she founded Yeigo, an innovative startup that developed groundbreaking mobile VoIP applications.
If you’re a fan of hip-hop music, you grew up in the 80’s and you’re
currently in re-design mode, check out Erick Sermon’s Def Rugs. Sermon is one-half of the legendary hip-hop group EPMD. Here, we caught up with the 46-year old, NY native to talk about his rug business and his upcoming documentary due out in September.
After Beatrice Siaw relocated to Ghana from the U.S. in 2010, she built a thriving business in the capital city of
Accra. She opened Tribeca Hotel Ghana in July 2013. While business is booming, the CEO says she has had to adjust to the
Ghanaian way of doing business. She talks to TNJ.com about working and
building a business in the African country, where many African-Americans