Capital management: The key to creating sustainable black businesses and reducing unemployment

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama-Being able to manage money wisely is the key to creating sustainable black businesses and reducing the black unemployment rate, author and entrepreneur Mark A. Peterson says. ​ Peterson will share tips on capital management from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 17 as the two-day 2015 A.G. Gaston Conference kicks off at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex. The Selma native and business consultant is author of "Guerrillapreneur: Small Business Strategies for Davids Wanting to Defeat Goliaths." Peterson says blacks, especially women, are 50 percent more likely to launch a business than whites, yet the black jobless rate is still twice the national average. Black

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