The Veteran Entrepreneur Scholars program is an intensive entrepreneurship boot camp that trains current and former service members to innovate, build startups, and apply the Silicon Valley way of thinking to their roles as rising leaders. Continue reading The Veteran Entrepreneur Scholars program
Many civilian employers have admitted challenges when it comes to evaluating a veteran during a job interview. This is often because veterans have difficulty explaining how their military experience relates to the needs of the civilian employer. Continue reading The Dos and Don’ts of Veteran Interviews
By Natalie Rodgers
If you’re a business owner, then you may already be aware of the basics of Veteran-Owned (VOBE) and Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned (SDVOBE) business certifications. But going through the process to actually obtain the certification can be daunting Continue reading Taking the Initial Steps to Certification
The National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) Equity Honors awards are presented to corporate chief officers who have been recognized by their peers as the true leaders at the vanguard of economic equity and minority business integration. Continue reading The NMSDC Equity Honors 2023–Applications Now Open
With offices around the world, Bloomberg provides its employees with opportunities to hone their skills and expertise, progress to new roles, take on stretch assignments, and gain valuable insights through their work.
Continue reading Women Leaders at Bloomberg From Around the World Share Their Career Experiences
The United States is currently experiencing a massive demographic shift, led in large part by the nation’s Latinx population. This group is Continue reading The Latinx Community’s Growing Influence
Quickly identifying and treating serious wounds is an age-old problem that’s killed countless soldiers, but it could see a solution in new technology that uses embedded sensors to detect, alert and one day treat injuries.
Continue reading Ballistic Detecting Undergarment Might Save Your Life
The second installment of Bloomberg’s Power of Difference series on Black wealth offered a deep dive into issues that impact intergenerational Black wealth transfer. Continue reading Black Wealth Transfer and Confronting the Racial Wealth Gap
Corporate hiring managers no longer need to argue the case for diversity. Data from the Pew Research Center suggests that eight-in-ten Americans value racial and ethnic diversity in the workplace, with 45% of survey respondents citing diverse perspectives and equal opportunity as grounds for increasing diversity. Another 34% see a clear business case for diversity, too, as it leads to a larger pool of potential workers. Continue reading Understanding the Emotional Tax on Black Professionals In the Workplace
Hispanic Americans are launching more new businesses, achieving higher levels of education, and reaching the C-suite of Fortune 500 companies in greater numbers than ever. Continue reading Recognizing — and Celebrating — the Impact of the Hispanic Community