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TASTE OF SUCCESS: HOW THREE WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS ARE THRIVING IN VIBRANT JERSEY CITY FOOD SCENE

 

There are more than a quarter-million multicultural residents living in Jersey City.  Thousands more visit the metropolitan area's bustling restaurant scene each year.  Everyone wants to feed them — and three diverse women entrepreneurs are helping to make that happen. Read More

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TASTE OF SUCCESS: HOW THREE WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS ARE THRIVING IN VIBRANT JERSEY CITY FOOD SCENE

There are more than a quarter-million multicultural residents living in Jersey City.  Thousands more visit the metropolitan area's bustling restaurant scene each year.  Everyone wants to feed them — and three diverse women entrepreneurs are helping to make that happen. Read More

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RISING TIDE HONORS JOY MANGANO, ENTREPRENEURS

Joy Mangano, the self-made millionaire whose life story inspired the 2015 film "Joy," must have felt right at home when she was honored at Rising Tide Capital's annual gala this week. Read More

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SSC FINALISTS: WHATS NEW

It’s been three months since The Start Something Challenge Grand Finale, and our finalists, as you might expect, have been busy being awesome. Here’s a quick update about what they have been up to over the last several months. Read More

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START SOMETHING CHALLENGE BOOSTS BUSINESSES THAT BUILD COMMUNITIES BY PROVIDING ACCESS TO RESOURCES

Start Something Challenge boosts businesses that build communities by providing access to resources.  They have different goals, different businesses, different backgrounds. But they share a mission: offering resources to make their communities stronger and healthier.  Both Pamela Roundtree and Djenaba Johnson-Jones were among 10 finalists, chosen from 109 entries, for Rising Tide Capital's fifth-annual Start Something Challenge. Read More

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PERFECTING YOUR PITCH WITH HUDSON KITCHEN FOUNDER DJENABA JOHNSON-JONES

When Hudson Kitchen founder Djenaba Johnson-Jones had a chance to pitch her new food business in a recent competition, something happened that she didn't expect: she choked. On this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, Djenaba openly shares what she learned from her first pitch experience, why she's passionate about supporting food entrepreneurs and how to move one step closer to your dream each and every day. Read More