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Industry News – February 21, 2020

Program Empowers Aspiring Black Entrepreneurs Cornell’s Black Entrepreneurs in Training (BET) club is aiming to connect their members with successful alumni who can offer invaluable knowledge on their future startup goals. Source: Cornell Chronicle     ...

Industry News – February 12, 2020

How Micro-Internships Can Help Underserved Students And Your Business Investor Jeffrey Moss created an organization dedicated to giving students from underserved backgrounds an opportunity to distinguish themselves for positions after graduation. Source: Forbes  ...

Industry News – February 6, 2020

Brooklyn-Based Coworking Model Is Stemming the Tide of Displacement for Small Businesses BKLYN Commons is championing local small businesses by combating economic displacement through curated programming, community outreach, and affordable commercial leasing. Source:...

Industry News – January 30, 2020

Kresge Foundation Releases RFI on Capital Solutions for Economic Mobility The Kresge Foundation issued an RFI to explore the current and unmet demand for forms of capital to support social and economic mobility through workforce development and minority...

Industry News – January 23, 2020

These City Programs Are Giving Minority and Women-Owned Businesses Access to Capital Entrepreneurs in Minneapolis, Atlanta, and New York now have an opportunity to earn funding as these cities make efforts to close funding gaps for minorities and women-owned...

Industry News – January 16, 2020

Ayanna Pressley, Ilhan Omar Talk Black Economic Opportunity in Boston The Congressional Black Caucus made its first-ever visit to Massachusetts this weekend, with U.S. Rep. Ayanna Pressley bringing her colleagues together with city leaders to address solutions for...