Yes, there should there be more stories on minorities who have gained success in business. There are many negative connotations around minorities in the media and it would be beneficial for society to see that minorities are also doing many positive things in communities and businesses and are working very hard to achieve their goals as well.
Yes, there should be more stories on minorities who have gained success in business. There should be more stories because many people are inspired by success stories of people come from humble beginnings. Those success stories inspire others to strive for success as well. Finally, I believe that there should be more success stories on minorities who have gained success in business.
Much has been made of the explosion of different forms of media in the last decade or so, whether it be social media sites or media forms such as homemade YouTube videos enabled by cheaper consumer video technology and cheaper computer memory. Indeed, the current state of the media represents a big change from the past, both in quantitative and qualitative terms. That said, we are still not entirely sure of the effect of the content of media on society. Even still, we can be sure that they have a substantial influence on society. We might even say that the representations of different types of individuals present in social media forms an image of the possible social paths available in our society. This being the case, it is imperative that our media present representations of successful minorities, so that the many individuals struggling to make their way in the world have a positive example to follow.
More stories for successful minorities business cases should be seen in print and online media. The stories are both educational and inspirational source for other minority members to follow their entrepreneurial aspirations. Even for non-minority embers such stories are valuable information source and alternative method to gather more information on the minority communities problems, hurdles and not least hard work and belief in personal success.