Detroit, MI (BlackNews.com) – As layoffs continue to climb daily and unemployment rates reach levels not seen in decades, millions of people are seeking new careers and alternative ways to generate income. Entrepreneurship is no longer the last option for many.
However, “When you talk about entrepreneurship in the Black community, we as African Americans don’t even pursue entrepreneurship as a viable career option,” said Dennis Kimbro, Best-Selling author of Think and Grow Rich: A Black Choice.
Bro. Bedford founder of How To Be A Black Entrepreneur.com has released interviews with some of the most Successful Black Millionaire Entrepreneurs of our time to change that thinking.