As a person with a visible disability who has spent most of my professional career in HR leading diversity and inclusion, I’m frequently asked to offer an opinion on the merits of completing the DEI. Knowing how precious resources are to fill out any kind of survey or assessment tool, it’s an important question, where do companies get the greatest return on investment? Continue reading Here are 6 Reasons Why You Need the Disability Equality Index (DEI)
Nothing lasts forever. Hot brands in franchising don’t stay hot forever. New brands are always entering the marketplace. New ideas for products and services are introduced every year. Some of these new franchise concepts end up succeeding–exploding even. Some of them fade away soon after they’re launched. But, even the hot ones eventually lose their fire. Keep that fact in mind as you’re searching for a franchise you’d like to own. Continue reading Ever Thought About Owning Your Own Franchise?
The civil-rights leader calls on the ride-hailing company to release diversity figures on its workforce, as Apple, Facebook and others have done. Continue reading Uber challenged on diversity by Jesse Jackson
by Belo Miguel Cipriani
Hiring a person with a disability can seem like a big risk, especially as a small business owner with limited resources. Continue reading Why Hiring Disabled People is Smart for Business Owners
Companies can add value and profit to the bottom line with supplier diversity
If you are looking for a tip on how to grow the value of your business and gain a competitive edge, one that the executives in the C-suite at Georgia Power, Ryder, Duke Energy, Southern Company, Frito- Lay, Microsoft or Delta Air Lines might pass along is: Continue reading Why a Supplier Diversity Program is Good for Business
Kudzoo has 500,000 downloads Continue reading Black entrepreneurs develop mobile app that pays students for getting good grades
New York, NY – On Wednesday, November 9, 2016, BADA co-founders Velvet Lattimore and Wilbur Pack, Jr. hosted their first panel discussion “Breaking Into The Business Of Accessories”. The discussion took place at The Actors Theatre Workshop at 145 West 28 Street, 3rd Floor from 6 pm to 8 pm. Continue reading Black Accessory Designers Alliance Hosts Its First Panel Discussion “Breaking Into The Business of Accessories”
Black Accessory Designers Alliance, Inc. hosted its New York Fashion Week Pop Up on Tuesday, September 13 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Unarthodox in West Chelsea. BADA debuted its new website www.badaunite.org to coincide with the Pop Up and the organization’s pending non-profit 501 C3 status, so there was a mood of celebration in the air.
Black Accessory Designers Alliance™, formerly Style NOIR, hosted its New York Fashion Week Pop Up on Tuesday, February 16 from 5 p.m to 8 p.m. at Lecture Loft in West Chelsea.
Continue reading BADA-Black Accessory Designers Alliance Presented Its Second Pop Up for New York Fashion Week on February 16, 2016