The key to getting some of what you want.

Compromise is the art of reaching an agreement wherein you and the other party get some, but not all, of what you want. When you’re at a stalemate, compromising can help a conflict move forward. While it might not lead to 100% on your end, ideally you end...

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“When you invest in a woman, a woman invests in the women around her, a woman invests in the community around her.”

This is the philosophy Sarah Bondzie, associate investment and loan officer at The Enterprise Center (TEC), has been repeating to herself as the West Philadelphia hub works toward...

Della Clark, president/CEO of The Enterprise Center, from left, Rick Siger, Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development secretary; state Sen. Vincent Hughes, City Councilmember Jamie Gauthier and Timothy Roundtree, vice president of The Enterprise Center were on hand for The Enterprise Center’s ribbon cutting for its Community Resource Hub at 277 S. 52nd St. in West Philadelphia

The Enterprise Center in West Philadelphia has completed construction on a new community resource hub that was built entirely using the services of minority contractors.

The new three-story building, which had been in construction for over two years, is the result of a new approach taken by the...

A ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Community Resource Hub was held on Wednesday.

After more than two years in development and construction, a new Community Resource Hub has opened at 277 South 52nd St. The grand opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, attended by state and local officials, like State Sen. Vincent  Hughes and City Councilmember Jamie Gauthier, was held on...


Minority entrepreneurs were hit disproportionally hard by Covid-19 and the violence that erupted after George Floyd's murder in 2020. Many Black- and brown-owned businesses that survived the pandemic are still trying to recover and lack sufficient resources to grow. During the Business Journal’s...

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Local businesses can get direction, mentoring at Kroc Center.

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The Enterprise Center, Mom Your Business and the city of Philadelphia announced that they have opened the application process for minority-owned tech businesses looking to participate in a new pitch competition whose winner will receive up to $80,000 in funding.

The organizations released the...

Mumbi Dunjwa, the founder of Naturaz

A joint venture between the University City Science Center and Drexel University is providing its second round of funding to four minority-founded, Philadelphia-area startups ranging from fintech to health care.

The Raynier Seed Fund focuses its financing on up to four underrepresented...

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The Enterprise Center recently announced a regional call-for-applications for diverse owners of tech businesses to participate in a new pitch competition.

This is the first-ever ‘Most Diverse Tech Hub’ (MDTH) Pitch Competition is in partnership with Mom Your Business and the City of Philadelphia...

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