Access to financial, educational, healthcare, and childcare resources are the main barriers women in Arkansas face to achieving economic success, according to a recent report by the Arkansas Women’s Commission.
Arkansas native is on a mission to bring diversity and representation to the toy industry with her company Brilliant Girl, which creates dolls and toys that represent realistic little girls of color.
Conexión de Negocios Latinos, a nonprofit supporting Spanish-speaking entrepreneurs, has opened its first office space in Springdale.
FORGE, Inc. — the oldest revolving community loan fund in Arkansas — assists minority entrepreneurs by providing resources to start or grow their business.
A repurposed school has become the Eliza Miller Opportunity Hub, a center providing services and education to benefit the Helena-West Helena community.
Cureate Courses is accepting applications from Northwest Arkansas food and beverage entrepreneurs for its spring 2022 cohort.
EforAll helps underrepresented individuals start and grow a business. The nonprofit is launching its inaugural Northwest Arkansas cohorts in January 2022.
A new report found minority business owners in Arkansas applied for lending at a disproportionately lower rate than white business owners, but were denied lending at a higher rate.
A new study from the Women’s Foundation of Arkansas finds access to capital and racial bias are the biggest barriers facing women of color entrepreneurs in the state.
Black-Owned NWA is hosting the Northwest Arkansas Black-Owned Business Expo Feb. 27 at Shiloh Square in downtown Springdale.
Next week, Startup Junkie is hosting two free virtual workshops aimed at Black and Brown entrepreneurs.
As part of its Spanish Seminar series, the Rogers-Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce will host an event Feb. 25 focused on starting a business in Arkansas.
A virtual discussion Jan. 27 will address ways for minority entrepreneurs to secure nontraditional funding and overcome the wealth gap.