Michael Makinde shares how memorable words at home changed his perspective on himself and the world. Also, receive some advice on following your dream, whatever it may be.
Defeat The Stereotype Episode 1: Adaobi Gwacham worked for Chick-Fil-A since she was 16 years old. After receiving her Bachelor’s she decided that serving others was something she could do for a lifetime.
Cortney Woodruff interviewed at Startup Basecamp for his new company Trainers Vault.
Su Sanni is the founder of a WeDidIt a charitable company that provides fundraising for non-profits.
Nigerian Business Tycoon Buys London Gatwick Airport. The Chairman of Global Infrastructure Partners, Adebayo Ogunlesi, speaks to Sky News on how the US based group raised its profile in Britain when it agreed to buy Gatwick Airport from BAA for 1.5 Billion Pounds.
Defeat The Stereotype Episode 3: Chike Ukaegbo has seen the potential of tech entrepreneurship. StartUP 52 focuses its investments on minority owned business and ideas.
Sangu Delle and Golden Palm Investments landed on Forbes Promising Entrepreneurs To Watch List. Get the details on how and the work it takes to make business work.
Meet April Mabry a screenwriter for HuMa. She produced the dramatic short Wednesday’s Blues. She has also worked on the FX series Baskets that stars Zach Galfianakis.
Aliko Dangote is number 23 on Forbes richest people in the world with a net worth of 25 billion. Discover his story.
Calvin Garrett uses his creativity and artistic ability for fashion. He owns his own clothing line, operated in New York, Kalviari Clothing.
Dewayne Whitake details his rise from humble origins to sales manager at Radio One.
Meet Bilal Morris the director of social media for iHeart Media. Bilal is also an author and public speaker.
Health and Nutrition matters. Get the healthy dish on Reel Fruit, a great company that started in the kitchen and grew to a real business.
Defeat The Stereotype Episode 2: As One Charity Meet Brandy Ziegler a young but focused community builder. She formed AS One Charity to help the less fortunate. The organization provides food, shelter, and more importantly an education for those who need it the most.