Systemic racism has made it difficult for Black entrepreneurs and business owners to be successful over the past century. We take a look at why this barrier exists and resources... Read more
It took less than 6 months for Kevyn Scott to get a business loan after reaching out to SCORE Southern Maryland. In Kevyn’s own words: “the best decision I could have made was signing up for a SCORE mentorship program – it has been truly proven to be an invaluable decision.”
If you're an entrepreneur with a good idea, join our live webinar to learn how to plan your start up business and succeed in your industry. Read more
We will look at the impact of COVID and delve into how the pandemic has affected U.S. small businesses and what resources are available to help businesses survive and thrive. Read more
Unlocking the Doors to Access for Black-Owned Businesses - Funders and Founders Share Their Real Life Stories
This discussion with both funders and founders – will share honest conversations on unlocking access and what it takes to unlock and walk through the door. Read more
The pandemic caused the Black business community to pivot towards the creation of digital assets.
From looking into local chapters of Black Business Association to the Black Owned Everything website, there are several resources that can help the continued growth and success of Black-owned small businesses for years to come.
Learn how to be attractive to lending partners, funding options to consider, develop your business pitch to smartly leverage financing options to grow your business. Read more
Black women business owners can find success by defining their MVP, being creative with capital, and drawing on community support.
Supporting black-owned businesses can help build relationships and boost community morale.
Chelsea Lewis, mother and founder of My Mommy Wisdom, tells her entrepreneurship story.