Women have chronically been paid significantly less than men for comparable work and this gap is widest for Black and Latina women. Meet Adeola Ajani, Founder of a start-up with a mission to close this gap for good!
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"What makes our competitions different are that we infuse technical assistance and pitch training into the process. We also follow a cohort based model to increase support and encourage collaboration and partnership among our finalists. We also engage the local community to provide additional resources for the finalists and winners to further maximize their prize money. We bring the high tech pitch experience to Main St. business owners who historically were not eligible for opportunities like this" - Tamika Otis
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What is it like to be a Black woman working at the intersections of feminine health and technology?
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This is Part 1 of a 2 Part series about leveraging government grant funding directly or indirectly to start or grow your business.
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Marketing is an essential component of any business and given today's complex environment, you need someone to help you make sense of it all and provide some direction. This type of expertise has traditionally been out of reach for the average small business owner, particularly if you are still early and not flush with extra cash. This is where a Fractional Chief Marketing Officer can provide value.
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Grow your customer base and profits by taking these steps to incorporate sustainability into your business practices.
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Internships are supposed to be mutually beneficial for both the employer and the intern. Here are some tips to making sure you and your intern are both fulfilled in your professional relationship, and how to attract more applicants!
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It's 2021 and the grant bags keep multiplying! So many grants, so little time. Here's how to make the most of the many new business grants on the market.
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Will 2021 bring more equitable opportunities in securing bank loans, government funding and investments for Black women entrepreneurs? What you can do to improve your odds.
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"We believe that starting the conversation is great, but we want Black women to be able to take action. CHIP is a safe place where we are ensuring people of color are seen and heard in a way we haven’t seen in the financial industry before. We want black women to know that building wealth is for you too and financial professionals are willing to help you at any stage of your financial journey." - Dana Wilson, Founder and CEO of Changing How Individuals Prosper (CHIP)
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