Pinky Cole is using the popular phrase “Two is better than one” to make history within the restaurant industry.
Nov 13, 2023
Quitting is not in the vocabulary of entrepreneur Pinky Cole Hayes.
Oct 11, 2023
Good news continues to follow Pinky Cole!
Sep 28, 2023
Slutty Vegan has put a legal dispute to rest.
Sep 20, 2023
Residents of metro Atlanta, GA, no longer have to pull up to a Slutty Vegan location to grab several items on its menu.
Aug 22, 2023
If DJ Khaled’s famous saying, “Another one,” were a business, it would be Pinky Cole’s Slutty Vegan. The Atlanta-based entrepreneur recently celebrated the fifth anniversary of her popular restaurant and announced its 13 th location set to open on the campus of Spelman College.
Aug 8, 2023
Basking in success often comes with its own share of battles. Founded by Pinky Cole in 2018, Slutty Vegan has become an ultra popular plant-based restaurant franchise. The vegan food brand became valued at $100 million in 2022, as previously reported by AfroTech. However, a few months later, news surfaced about Slutty Vegan being hit with a lawsuit.
Jun 7, 2023
One could argue, and rightfully so, that the ’90s was an era full of Black pride as represented in culture, particularly in music, television, and film. From the anthems of R&B groups to the display of Black excellence on the big and small screen, there was no shortage of inspiration from fine art. One of the common themes, especially in television and film, was the consistent examples of Black creatives and executives. The New York-centered sitcom “Living Single” is an example of a group of Black 20-something women and how they navigated the hustle of dreaming big until they tapped into the success of reaching that dream. Entrepreneurship and success were always at the center, and there was iconic representation for those who aspired for the same. While there are several examples of Black women entrepreneurs throughout history, the depiction of such figures in pop culture has influenced many since the ’90s. According to a Forbes report, Black-owned businesses rose during that...
May 9, 2023
Pinky Cole is serious about maintaining her integrity. The Slutty Vegan founder and CEO took to Instagram on Wednesday (Jan. 11), to speak out against claims that she withheld wages from an employee.
Jan 12, 2023
The world loves a good come-up story. These narratives serve as a testament that anything is possible if you have a little faith and put in the necessary work. via GIPHY Pinky Cole is a prime example of this “out of the mud” story. The Slutty Vegan CEO is a Baltimore, MD, native whose hopes of entrepreneurship started as a dream and had significant challenges before she bloomed into the successful mogul she is today.
Nov 22, 2022
Pinky Cole is preparing for her homecoming to Harlem.
Oct 5, 2022
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)
Sep 16, 2022
Slutty Vegan fans residing in Alabama are excited about the franchise’s latest expansion. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Pinky Cole (@pinky907)
Aug 24, 2022
Pinky Cole doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon when it comes to her business endeavors. In fact, f or her latest move, the Slutty Vegan founder has added a new title to her resume. Courtesy Graphic
Jun 29, 2022
Aisha “Pinky” Cole is about her business, and she is paving the way for the next entrepreneurs to create their own empires. As AfroTech just told you, the founder and CEO of the Slutty Vegan franchise blessed the entire 2022 graduating class at Clark Atlanta University with Limited Liability Companies (LLCs). Already, recipients of the generous contributions have gotten their LLCs off the ground and running in less than three weeks. “When I graduated, I did not have a plan, but these people graduated with a plan. Now, it’s about how they executed that plan, and I’m looking forward to more entrepreneurs from that class of students who have gotten their LLCs to do something big and create that multimillion-dollar business, just like I did. If I can do it as a girl from East Baltimore from around the way and who comes from humble beginnings, I know every single one of them can too,” Cole told AfroTech in an exclusive interview.
Jun 13, 2022