Our session will be centered on exploring the economic impact of Black entrepreneurs, improving the flow of capital to Black-owned businesses, and identifying the support that is needed for Black-owned businesses to prosper. Despite a 35%[i] increase of black-owned firms across diverse industries, inequities remain that exacerbate the racial wealth gap can play a leading role in fostering investment strategies to help spur economic opportunity for minority-owned businesses.
In addition to our session, we want to invite you to also check out the Chase for Business BizMobile on Friday, September 14 between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. (located at In3DC/Howard University). Chase consultants will offer complimentary one-on-one sessions for students and the public interested in obtaining insights on entrepreneurship and business. To sign up for your free 20-minute appointment, click here (limited slots available).
Space is limited. Please RSVP below (this specific session is free to ABFE Members; however, to attend other CBCF ALC '18 activities, please visit their website to register). We hope you can join us on September 14th as we seek to inform our members and friends on the benefits of building Black economic power. If you have any questions, please contact Kobe Swanson, communications manager, at email@example.com.