California Small Business COVID-19 Relief Grant Program has been extended. The grant program will award $500 million in grants in two rounds of funding to small businesses, small nonprofits, sole proprietors and independent contractors with revenue of $2.5 million or
Business around the globe have been adversely impacted by the pandemic but, Black Businesses have been disproportionately impacted by inability to access funding, loans and help needed to economically survive. Home based and brick and mortar businesses struggle to
When you’re thinking about starting an online business or blog, it is critical that you take the time to define your niche. Niche marketing involves focusing your business marketing efforts on a small, well-defined group of the population so that
The need for consistent, authentic content can lead to emotional issues for many entrepreneurs. Business owners often compare themselves to influencers and celebrities causing them to feel less adequate, fostering feelings of self doubt and triggering Impostor Syndrome.
Cisco Champion Program exemplifies what you think about when you envision a technology enthusiast—intelligent, informed, engaged, and passionate. These are the folks that make tech look easy. They are in our communities. They are educators, gamers, artist, customer service
The fund ensures artists are compensated for their work and will be awarding funding of $12,500 each to a total of 40 global artists on a rolling basis during 2021.
SBDC and Bay Area Black Market have partnered to facilitate a Bay Area Business Challenge to assist minority owned, women owned, disabled and veteran owned businesses in underserved and socially disadvantaged communities. THE BUSINESS CHALLENGE SIGN UP 1000 Businesses This is
Bay Area Black CEO and Executive Chef Leilani Baugh is cooking up Casion Soul on the menu at Magnolia Street Wine Lounge & Kitchen located inside the historic Hotel California located on 35th and San Pablo in Oakland, Ca.
Less than 1% of Black Women Owned Technology companies get funded. It's time to change the narrative and help move Black Women Founders forward.