In our last article, we talked about some African-American women who opened the door for black women in business. These are a few of the rising number of black women that have walked through it.
These young boss ladies aren’t taking no for an answer as they make revolutionary business moves.
The start of something new can always feel intimidating and uncertain, and even more so when your ideas are on the line. GE Slaps draws some serious inspiration from these vivacious go-getters who are following in the footsteps of today’s African-American business queens.
These bold women dominated their fields and changed the game for years to come.
The world of business is not for the faint of heart and statistics show almost four in ten
businesses in major countries have no women in senior management positions. Despite the
odds, history gives us a full account of African-American women who have taken the world of business by storm and risen straight to the top. Here are five astute queens of industry who built empires out of their dreams and embodied the BBB’s: Beauty, Business and Brains.
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