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Courtesy of Karen Young

Karen Young launched Oui the People in 2014 with only $1,500 in her pocket from her Brooklyn apartment. Today, the company is the fastest growing Black-owned beauty brand in the U.S.

On this episode of Behind Her Empire, Young talks about the role of an entrepreneur, the importance of doing research before launching a brand, and how her immigrant upbringing influenced her business drive.

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Mona Vand

On this episode of Behind Her Empire, influencer Mona Vand discusses the trials and tribulations of building a business around your personal brand.

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image courtesy of Candace Nelson

With multiple TLC shows devoted to them, and high-end bakeries popping up all over the country, it’s hard to imagine there was ever a time when cupcake brands weren’t a thing.

But when Candace Nelson introduced Sprinkles Cupcakes in 2005, the market looked a lot different. On this episode of the “Behind Her Empire” podcast, the Sprinkles co-founder shares her journey to revolutionize the baking industry.

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