The ‘Founders Studio’, the latest launch for Bracken-Ferguson’s BrainTrust company, promises to help improve long-term business viability and revenue growth for Black entrepreneurs by giving them free access to resources like funding and mentorship from major companies.
For people of colour, being a beauty editor at a major title often comes with the unspoken job of representing their race on mastheads that are still overwhelmingly white, without additional pay or benefits, argues Jamé Jackson.
For generations, Black entrepreneurs have struggled to gain a foothold in the multi-billion-dollar business of selling hair and cosmetics products to Black women. But some see an opportunity for change.
In New York City, leaders from Shiseido, Victoria Beckham Beauty, Aēsop and Glossier joined The Business of Beauty’s executive editor, Priya Rao, to hear her insights on the evolving opportunities in the sector.