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WURD Radio is one of more than 20 news organizations producing Broke in Philly, a collaborative reporting project on economic mobility. Read more at brokeinphilly.org or follow at @brokeinphilly. By Nicole Blackson Black women are the fastest, largest growing group of entrepreneurs. Not only are Black women dominating entrepreneurship, but according to the 2018 State of Women Owned Business Report, in [...]
WURD Radio is one of more than 20 news organizations producing Broke in Philly, a collaborative reporting project on economic mobility. Read more at brokeinphilly.org or follow at @brokeinphilly. By Michael Butler I am a freelance journalist and content creator, and I find that every day is a different adventure. Some days may be more exciting than others, but my work [...]

This week’s Mind Your Business features “Got Laundry?” — a laundromat run by husband-wife team Takiyah Green and Ray Wall. Stay tuned to WURD for more about their business growth plans!

This week’s Mind Your Business features Zurifab Fashion Boutique, a unique mobile business that brings fashion to you wherever you are. The challenge? Moving to the next level.

WURD family, here’s the latest edition of Mind Your Business, where Solomon Jones speaks with Aisha Al Muid of Miss Mahogany Boutique. Be sure to tune in every other Thursday for more Mind Your Business!

Check out our video preview of the fourth episode of Mind Your Business! Solomon Jones speaks with Hanifa Samad, the owner of The A List Look Boutique – a fashion boutique – to hear her current business challenges.

In order to prosper, you have to take the leap of faith and leave your comfort zone. Stacy Thomas, owner of the Philadelphia Wedding Chapel did just that. Watch and follow Stacy as she guides you through her leaps of faith to brings you along her entrepreneurial journey.

Check out our video preview of the second episode of Mind Your Business, which focuses on Caribbean-American restaurant 48th St. Grille!

On Wednesday February 25, Comcast live-streamed a two-part web series titled #MakingHistoryToday, focusing on Black tech entrepreneurs. WURD Program Director Stephanie Renée chatted with a few of the panelists about their platforms.


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