01 Feb Bay Area College Offering More Opportunities to Future African-American Entrepreneurs
This story originally aired on Bay News 9
TAMPA, Fla. — We’re reaching nearly a year of hardships for small business owners, and even more so for black entrepreneurs. Combine that with economic inequity and you get more barriers for these small business owners to overcome. “We saw nationally 41 percent, and I’ll repeat that 41 percent of black businesses have gone out of business and we don’t know if or when how many of those will be able to reopen,” said Tanisha Gary, President of African American Chamber of Commerce of Central Florida.