Talking Squarely

In part two of this episode, we explore the day-to-day experiences of being a Black business owner in America. From getting started to fostering a community, we’ll discuss economic inclusion and entrepreneurship with Black business owners from across the United States. Featuring Shamar Cotton of Everett & Jones BBQ in Oakland, CA; Lauren Stovall, Director of Marketing at Hot Sam's Detroit in Detroit, MI; and Yolanda Owens, owner of iwi fresh in Atlanta, GA.

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There isn't one playbook for running a business and the decisions business owners face are rarely straightforward. Every other week, we’ll bring together independent business owners to have frank discussions and share their perspectives on some of the most pressing issues impacting their lives—from the changing rules of commerce to work-life balance. This description is from Talking Squarely.

Candid conversations with business owners about the issues impacting their lives, from navigating the pandemic to the changing rules of commerce. By Square.

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