Female entrepreneurship is changing in the United States as minority women like Trishona Helm are starting up businesses faster than their white counterparts. According to census data and research by Womenable, minority women control 44 percent of women-owned businesses in the U.S. — 20 percent more since 1997.

The idea for the business, Mixins Rolled Ice Cream, happened on Snapchat and within 60 days opening the shop, Mixins generated $100,000 in sales and then $500,000 in just a year.

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