The City of Charlotte is supporting small businesses through COVID-19 recovery.
Tehetina “Tina” Tedla, owner of Enat Ethiopian, says she wants to do more than share the delicious food her mother cooked for her family and friends growing up, she also wants to introduce her culture to the Charlotte area.
Passion is something that Andy and Tamara Leicester, owners of Daily Mews Cat Cafe on Monroe Road in Charlotte, have in droves. Or in their case, colonies.
To help spread the joy and rewards of music, NC Music Center on Monroe Road will soon be offering free online lessons for beginners.
Looking good through tough times with Marcus Clark of Charlotte Barber and Beard.
Any entrepreneur can tell you that the formula for success includes hard work, determination, and resilience. But what about faith? What about that thing inside of you that urges you along new paths in life?
A master teacher uses lessons learned to keep moving forward.
Wellness provider uses Access to Capital grant to help others through difficult times.
Thanks to fast help from the city, a small translation service adapts to an altered marketplace.
As a small business owner and the founder of Charlotte’s Juneteenth festival, Pape Ndiaye has deep community ties and understands the challenges facing business owners and their customers.
This Charlotte-based small business bakes “the best muffins with the best ingredients” — and plans to move forward with the help of an Access to Capital grant.
Program now expanded to include recipients of Paycheck Protection Program loans and other government funding
City Access to Capital small business grant helps keep tails wagging
Nate Turner is using his culinarily gift to help vulnerable communities during the pandemic.
Charlotte small businesses rally around Southern Blossom to save Mother’s Day