Manufacturing Digital Twins
New technology creates workable, real-time models of factories, which can help companies optimized production environments without committing capital to costly machinery.
The Trillion-Dollar Blind Spot
Most investors see the funding landscape as balanced, but their actual investments in multicultural and women-owned businesses are highly skewed. See by how much.
Eight Ways to Get Involved in Volunteering
Want to pitch in for your community, but aren’t quite sure how? Here are some tips and advice.
Connecting Capital and Communities. Now available on iTunes.
Carla Harris talks to Julia Collins of Zume Pizza, a robot-powered pizza delivery company.
How James Rhee transformed Ashley Stewart from a neglected retailer into a thriving brand that supports a community of women.
Carla Harris talks to Tristan Walker of Walker and Company, about tapping underserved health and beauty needs of multicultural consumers.
Access & Opportunity Podcast: Rose Wang sold a company at 27, is a Fortune ‘Most Powerful Women Entrepreneur’ and continues to disrupt D.C.’s I.T. industry.
Real-estate veteran Neville Rhone shares his journey from corporate executive to entrepreneur in search of development projects that benefit communities.
Media mogul and real-estate powerhouse, Nely Galan, shares how she became the first Latina president of Telemundo and a successful entrepreneur.
Venture capitalist Freada Kapor Klein is debunking the tech industry’s myth of meritocracy, one that she says often excludes women and multicultural entrepreneurs.
Carla Harris on what she learned from talking to change agents about opening doors for women and multicultural entrepreneurs on season 1 of the Access & Opportunity podcast.
Theia Smith leads the Atlanta Women’s Entrepreneurship Initiative, which she says is the nation’s only city-funded small-business incubator exclusively for women.
Kevin Warren, COO of the Minnesota Vikings, talks to Carla Harris about how building a new stadium revitalized the team organization and the community around it.
For Marc Morial of the National Urban League, nurturing businesses led by women and people of color is a top priority.
Hope Knight, head of the Greater Jamaica Development Corp., talks about how to turn dream development projects in blighted neighborhoods into reality.
Richelieu Dennis grew his small community-based health and beauty products business into the multimillion-dollar Sundial Brands. Can other multicultural entrepreneurs learn from his playbook?