Meet Rebecca Gibson, owner of Empire Beauty Bar, as she shares all about launching her business and lifting others up along the way. Brought to you by GoDaddy.
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Rebecca Gibson, a.k.a The Braid Chick, owner of Empire Beauty Bar, a Black-owned braiding hair salon in Cincinnati, discovered a love of braids at a young age as she watched her grandmother do hair.
She built a successful career in the healthcare industry, but as soon as Rebecca had the opportunity to jump full-time into the beauty industry, she launched Empire Beauty Bar.
While pursuing her own entrepreneurial journey, Rebecca lifts others up along the way – she launched the Empire Braid License course to teach other women how to braid and start their own salon businesses.
See Empire Beauty Bar’s story as part of GoDaddy’s Icons of Cincinnati series, streaming now on YouTube.
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