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Nykia Wardlaw Draws on Black Entrepreneurship, Caregiving, & Racism
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Nykia Wardlaw Draws on Black Entrepreneurship, Caregiving, & Racism

In the 1700s, South Carolina became a slave society, with slavery central to its economy. African slaves were made to cultivate labor-intensive rice. Here's a proud descendant of black ancestry from that past of pain and hurt, Coach Nykia Wardlaw, who frees small business owners to leverage digital technology and reap profit! In this feature, the Editor-in-Chief of StartuptoEnterprise, Linda Ashok, talks to the Founder of Chosen One Agency LLC, Nykia Wardlaw, walking us through slavery in South Carolina; to helping her first client pay off $14000 in debt and more! Read this interaction between two women entrepreneurs in the world that still hesitates to fund women-led enterprises. LA: What is your take on the small business industry in the digital marketing sector? What do you th...
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