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EyeSee Campaign

EyeSee Campaign

The EyeSee campaign is an initiative that was launched to ensure that South Carolina’s new Economic Narrative is diverse and inclusive. The campaign equips minority and women entrepreneurs with access to resources, on-going training, business opportunities, and the consistent advocacy required to sustain a small, minority, or woman-owned business in today’s economic climate. This multi-faceted initiative includes digital campaigns to [Read More...]
The Minority Marketplace: Using Asset MAPPING to Empower Local Minority Entrepreneurs

The Minority Marketplace: Using Asset MAPPING to Empower Local Minority Entrepreneurs

Traditionally ‘Asset Mapping’ provides information about the strengths and resources of a community and can help uncover solutions. Once community strengths and resources are inventoried and depicted in a map, you can more easily think about how to build on these assets to address community needs. The Minority Marketplace is part of The Minority Eye’s ‘Economic Inclusion Campaign,’ it is an economic empowerment initiative that uses a [Read More...]
Can Black Entrepreneurship Close the Black-White Wealth Gap?

Can Black Entrepreneurship Close the Black-White Wealth Gap?

By: Jeffrey McKinney For decades, a wealth gap has persisted between blacks and whites. While a quick fix to trim the gap remains absent, a new report suggests black entrepreneurship perhaps is the answer. The revelation comes from The Tapestry of Black Business Ownership in America: Untapped Opportunities for Success, a report by the Association for Enterprise Opportunity. The Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit and its 450 members provide [Read More...]