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August is Black Owned Business Month. With that in mind, it’s the perfect opportunity to introduce you to a woman not only expanding her entrepreneurship reach but also reaching out to help empower other women in the process. Monique Rose is already a successful Black businesswoman and the co-owner of Milk & Honey Café, which has multiple locations and has brought over $15 million in revenue since 2016. You can find them in Washington, D.C., Atlanta, and in College Park, MD.

But now, she’s found a way to not only engage in another area of business but offer opportunities for women to build a business based on her new line of products. Before we forget to mention it, CNBC is offering a toolkit for Black-owned businesses. So, be sure to grab your copy while you can.

Monique took her business experience and acumen she’d acquired from the business for so long and created beauty, health, and wellness lines called Mink & Honey. The line offers everything from skincare for women to beard oil for men and products to promote health and wellness.

Her passion for helping others pushed her to create a program that gives a generous 50% affiliate revenue to those who work with her. It’s an opportunity to give back and allow women to create a business based on selling them. She sees the potential as a Mary Kay type of business added with health and wellness products. Her full intention is to take the product line internationally and having global affiliate opportunities for everyone. If even one woman can change and better her life from the ability to sell Mink & Honey, then she’ll know she’s made a difference.

Monique Rose understands what it’s like to be underpaid and working hard to survive. She was a young mother struggling to put food on the table and keep a roof over her head. But her strong work ethic and putting herself 100% into everything she did made the difference in her life. She wants other women to know success is possible. And if she could overcome her struggles, others can too.

Technology offers the potential that opens the door for many. The impact of personal cell phones, the internet, and social networks has made on society gives us the ability to connect with others while also offering opportunities to continue learning. We’ve expanded our reach. Monique intends on using this reach to lift others, while still growing her bottom line. It’s a win-win for everyone involved.

Another one of her talents and businesses is in being a Success Coach. On her website, she offers inspiration along with so much more. Get words of wisdom about topics on outgrowing people, understanding your personal strength, and trusting in yourself.

She’s been driven all her life, and even with becoming a mother at the tender age of 16, she maintained straight A’s and went on to follow her passion and grow her life with purpose. At one point, having owned a successful Girls Group Home, she was able to see girls come in who was a shell and broken leave and go on to college only to better their situations.

With a well-rounded life full of experience and success, she’s able to help support and motivate others as they choose to achieve more from their lives. To learn more about this strong, impactful woman, go to MoniqueRose.com or experience her beauty, health, and wellness line at MinkHoney.com.

When you’re ready to go after your dreams and passion, you need to give 100%. With hard work and determination, all things are possible.

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