Top Tips for Running a Successful Business as an LGBTQ Business Owner

Being an entrepreneur has never been easy and so much so during these unprecedented times. It does not matter your ethnicity, race, or sexual orientation, running a successful business is pretty difficult and it requires some grit. In this post, we will look at top tips that LGBTQ business owners can use to run a successful business enterprise. Get Your Funding Sources Right Capital is a critical aspect of business operations. Many businesses have packed up because of a lack of funds. It does not matter how smart or innovative your business idea is, if you do not have the required capital to fund your business, it becomes impossible to … Read More

LGBTQ Americans

An estimated 4.5 percent of U.S. adults identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender(LGBTQ), that’s roughly 11.3 million Americans. It is found Washington, D.C., had the highest percentage of LGBTQ people at 9.8 percent and North Dakota had the lowest at 2.7 percent. Mostly younger people are likely to live as LGBTQ and to identify that way because they are growing up in a time when it’s more acceptable to acknowledge those feelings and to act on them. Today, solid majorities of Americans support laws and policies focused at reducing discrimination against LGBTQ people. People have come to understand that the strength and the success of our communities and our … Read More

LGBTQ reality in America

The LGBTQ community – lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, there movement has made incredible strides in the battle for equality in recent years, however their existence can still be considered a threat, even in 2020.  The Supreme Court made gay marrage legal . Many cities and counties across America forbid employment discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity. The LGBT movement is becoming more visible on television and in movies. LGBT people are battling for their civil rights in Congress, in courtrooms and in the streets .It would be easy to think that the fight for equality is over. But in most states, a person can still be … Read More