What did you buy? What did you invest in? Because for Black business, this is livelihood.
Almost half of 2021’s new entrepreneurs were women, up from 28 percent in 2019.
Including the start of a gift-giving guide featuring local social justice-oriented entrepreneurs. Add your own recommendations.
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It is a buyer’s market. With the ways of doing business in upheaval, and many spaces still shuttered to casual
Insights from business futurist Cecily Sommers
Our July issue is back in print and being distributed to many of our free pick-up sites thanks to the businesses listed below.
COVID-19 is affecting most of the small businesses that have been supporting Minnesota Women’s Press for 35 years.
COVID-19 has impacted everyone’s lives. While we live in a great state for healthcare and physical distancing standards, which has
My commitment with Revolution is to invest in entrepreneurs outside of traditional tech hubs.
Why I Invest Locally Buy local. Support local independent businesses. We hear it all the time, but it is more
There are around 45 independent bookstores in Minnesota – and many are owned by women. “Women who own bookstores understand