10 Young Black Entrepreneurs On the Move

April 19, 2011  |  

(Black Enterprise) — Entrepreneurship is no longer a term solely reserved for former business execs and seasoned employees. Gone are the days where young adults stick close to the traditional career path. Instead, today’s trailblazers are creating their own opportunities. And some of the smartest among them will join BLACK ENTERPRISE next month at our annual Black Enterprise Entrepreneurs Conference. Check out these young leaders under 35—BE Nexters—who are carving a space for themselves in the tech, social media and beauty/fashion industries, to name a few…

The continuous rise in sexually transmitted infections, especially the upsurge in HIV rates in urban communities nationwide, prompted these Morehouse graduates to start b condoms, a sleek prophylactic brand that aims at bettering sexual health practices in four main target audiences: African-Americans, Latinos, 50 and over, and gay and bisexual males. Since PBJ Group, LLC launched, it has gained national traction with radio appearances such as The Michael Eric Dyson Show and amassing new partnerships, including Google, Inc. and the Magic Johnson Foundation.

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