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New web site, BlackBusiness.org, showcases free information about all the African American business publications, organizations, and all the upcoming 2014 Black Business conferences

Nationwide (BlackNews.com) — Aspiring and established African American entrepreneurs now have an online resource to go to when they need information about resources available to them. The web site is BlackBusiness.org, and it features a published list of all the upcoming 2014 Black business conferences, seminars, and workshops.

The web site, unlike others, is not selling anything. It simply provides free and useful information to Black business owners. In addition to the list of top Black business events, visitors to the site will also find a list of all the existing Black business publications/magazines, organizations, and even grant/funding resources.

The site also features interesting statistics, FAQs, and research about Black-owned businesses through the country. Users also have access to a blog that offers business advice and the latest news relevant to Black entrepreneurs.

To view the list of all the 2014 Black Business conferences, visit: www.blackbusiness.org/black_business_events_seminars_conferences_workshops.html

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