Several Black-owned businesses will be displaced, but new owner say his firm is working to make transition easier.
City North owner says new project will yield ‘broad economic benefits’
Grab a treat and pop out your laptop at Queen’s Coffee Bar
In creating Queen’s Coffee Bar, local realtor Raina Purvis thought about her own experiences of setting up client meetings in a coffee shop.
Jazz Arts Initiative reveals new name, logo in celebration of 10th anniversary
Organization now called JazzArts Charlotte to reflect role of the community in jazz culture. Jazz legend Wynton Marsalis on hand to help make announcement.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Housing Partnership announces new senior leadership
The Housing Partnership named Simone McDowell its VP of communications and fund development.
Get to know these nonprofits competing in SEED20 OnStage
Meet some of the nonprofits competing for cash prizes at SEED20 OnStage. To win, they will have to tell their story – who they are and why they matter.
FedEx offers more than $200,000 in Small Business Grant Contest
Ten businesses will receive cash, prizes and business support; contest closes March 25.
Former Carolina Panthers awarded NFL grants for their foundation work
Steve Smith and Charles Tillman among former NFL players recently awarded funds to further work of their nonprofit organizations.
CIAA Commissioner Jacqie McWilliams is Black history and women’s history rolled into one
Qcitymetro managing editor Katrina Louis talks with the CIAA commissioner about Bennett College, the importance of HBCUs and why her representation matters.
Local culinary favorite, Chef Greg Collier, nominated for James Beard Award
Greg Collier, owner of The Yolk cafe and executive chef at Loft & Cellar, is the first black chef from Charlotte to earn a James Beard Award nomination.
Hornets executive succeeds in business, but helping youth on and off the court brings greater success
Beyond his role as a leader for Charlotte’s NBA franchise, Fred Whitfield has spent nearly 40 years ensuring that youth have skills on and off the court.
Q&A with JCSU alum Jamie Miller, entrepreneur and founder of Dear Sister CLT
Jamie Miller, owner of The 518 Group and creator of Dear Sister CLT, shares why relationships are key and other lessons learned.
Charlotte welcomes Black Enterprise summit back for second year
The four-day conference returns to Charlotte and will bring together more than 1,200 entrepreneurs of color with a special focus on tech-driven innovation.
Grab a sweet treat at these 3 black-owned franchises in Charlotte
Entrepreneurs of color are seeing growth with franchises. Smallcakes Cupcakery, Popbar and Famous Toastery are three black-owned Charlotte franchises finding success.
Self-Care for the Busy Professional: Massages are no longer just a luxury service
A Valentine’s Day gift sparked an idea for Brandi Fox that led to the creation of Pamper Us Mobile Massage. Beyond the pampering, mobile massages may be the answer to workplace stress.
Minority Business and Leadership Symposium returns for CIAA 2019 lineup
In its fourth year, the daylong conference — taking place on Feb. 28 — adds the Black Think Executive Roundtable as a new feature.