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Angela Simmons Turns Her Baby Boy Into A CEO With The Business Legacy His Father Left Behind

Leaving a legacy behind for your children is what it’s all about.

Shanique Yates

Apr 24, 2023

Angela Simmons' Love For Pastries Continues Through Vegan Funnel Cake Brand In Partnership With Pinky Cole and Slutty Vegan

There’s so much power in partnership. Angela Simmons has officially announced that something sweet is on the way alongside Slutty Vegan and Pinky Cole. The 34-year-old serial entrepreneur is bringing vegan funnel cake desserts to the world through Angela’s Cakes.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Angela Renee Simmons (@angelasimmons)

Shanique Yates

Sep 16, 2022

How Growing Up In 'Run's House' Led To Entrepreneurial Success For Vanessa And Angela Simmons

Vanessa and Angela Simmons first made names for themselves on the hit reality show, “Run’s House.” But despite being the daughters of Joseph Simmons — otherwise known as “Rev. Run,” or one-half of the legendary Run-DMC — the two ladies have certainly made a name for themselves, independent of their famous last name. Angela Simmons is, perhaps, best known as one of the stars of “Growing Up Hip-Hop.” On the show, she depicts her trials and travails of being a businesswoman and a single mother. But despite the struggles she’s gone through, she’s emerged triumphant. Best of all, she enjoys a close and loving relationship with her sister, Vanessa. Nowhere was this more evident than in a 2007 article for Chron magazine, where the sisters traded friendly banter as journalists wondered whether their Pastry shoe line would take off (It’s worth noting that Angela Simmons cited Beyoncé as a “fashion icon” long before she became the Queen Bey, so she gets points for that alone. You go, girl)....

Boss Women Media, Creme Of Nature Team Up To Elevate Black Women Entrepreneurs In Beauty

Black women are changing the game when it comes to entrepreneurship! When we aren’t running the show in a “traditional” career, Black women have mastered the art of the side hustle which now represents the future of business, and reiterates the importance of having the resources needed to be successful business owners. According to PRNewswire, Boss Women Media has joined forces with Creme of Nature and the two have launched a four-week Home Hustlers: Beauty Edition Program geared toward women who aim to take their small business to the next level. The virtual program will be held every Saturday in May and will include panel discussions led by entrepreneurs which include The Honey Pot’s Beatrice Dixon, mogul Courtney Adeleye, and boss-chick Angela Simmons. Workshops will run for two hours touching topics like diversifying your revenue, fundraising, running an online business, scaling, and writing a business plan. “Our mission is to create a space for Black women and empower them as...

Shanique Yates

May 7, 2021