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How Black Food Businesses On Long Island Are Doing During the Pandemic
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How Black Food Businesses On Long Island Are Doing During the Pandemic

Nestled on the corner of West Merrick Road and Ormonde Boulevard, Pretty Toni’s Cafe would be bustling with customers who are looking for a bit of soul during their Sunday brunches. Once stepping into the cafe, you were greeted with jazz playing in the background and tables filled with dish fried chicken and red velvet

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Staying Cozy N Cute During Quarantine

Priscilla Wesson — entrepreneur, self confessed online shopaholic, full-time mother of two lovely daughters and wife — is the brilliant mind behind children’s online clothing store Cozy N Cute Kids Boutique. Where the coronavirus pandemic has sent so many into a tailspin and left a lot of businesses floundering, Wesson launched her business despite COVID-19

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Mother-Daughter Duo Vera Moore and Consuella Helms-Jeune Show How They Make the Family Business Work
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Mother-Daughter Duo Vera Moore and Consuella Helms-Jeune Show How They Make the Family Business Work

The goal of Huntington Village’s new boutique Chez Lãa Reine is to cater to the Queen in you; it’s literal translation is The Queen’s Place. Mother-daughter duo Vera Moore and Consuella Helms-Jeune have partnered with the storeowner Rhonda Taylor-Gooden, to do this by offering royal treatment by offering spa treatments and beauty products. “I’ve been

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Women on the Rise Expo and Forum Teaches Women the Art of Business
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Women on the Rise Expo and Forum Teaches Women the Art of Business

The number of people diving into the entrepreneurial world in America is increasing, especially among women. According to an American Express 2018 business report, between 2017 and 2018 women started an average of 1,821 new businesses each day in the U.S. Women now make up around 40% of new entrepreneurs. People want to have their

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