As we approach the end of the first month of 2024, the new year calls upon black entrepreneurs to navigate the usual entrepreneurial terrain and the hurdles that lie ahead . Instead of fearing the challenges, let’s focus on crafting strategies to overcome them – a time to reset, recharge, and pave the way for
In the vibrant tapestry of Canadian entrepreneurship, our 2022/2023 Annual Report highlights our commitment to fostering Black business legacies, empowerment, resilience, and lasting impact. As we unveil the pages of the report, we’re pleased to share a narrative of triumph, growth, and the relentless pursuit of accelerating generational wealth within the Black community. Embarking on
Starting and growing a small business in Canada can be a rewarding venture, but it often requires a significant amount of capital. Small business owners often seek financial assistance to cover startup costs, expand operations, or weather unexpected challenges. Securing the right financial support is like choosing the perfect tool for a job – you
If, as an entrepreneur, you haven’t been following the conversations and monitoring the rise in interest rates at least in the past year or two, you most definitely have been “sleeping at the switch.” The Bank of Canada increases the interest rate to manage inflation. The central bank raised interest rates seven times in 2022
Meet Pierre Ngombe, a trailblazer who turned a simple idea into a thriving reality. A decade ago, Pierre started a journey that broke norms and built dreams. From a technician to the founder of Gnomer Technology, a precision electronics company with a proven track record of repairing, modifying, and reworking electronics PCBs to IPC standards.
Introduction In today’s business landscape, it’s not just your company’s balance sheet or your innovative product that interests potential lenders and investors. There’s a personal element that plays a crucial role in your business’s financial future – your personal credit history. Personal credit history is a record of an individual’s past borrowing and repaying behaviour,