According to a report in Forbes, The 2021 State of Latino Entrepreneurship Report shows that Latino-owned businesses are growing faster than other businesses in the U.S. However, this good news is tempered by a disparity in how Latino-owned firms were able to raise capital. According to the report, Latino-owned businesses are more likely to encounter obstacles while obtaining the funding needed to start and grow their businesses, despite Latino-owned and white=owned businesses posing a similar credit risk.
To help Black-owned businesses identify the best funding sources available, we asked CEOs and business leaders this question for their best insights. From the iFundWomen of Color Program to Reign Ventures, there are several options available particularly for Black business owners to secure funding for their businesses.
Join our National Black Business Month webinar as we celebrate with a panel of experts dedicated to answering your business questions. Read more
Reimagine Main Street is currently taking applications, through July 26, 2022, for AAPI grant applicants. The grant is designed to support AAPI entrepreneurs from challenges they may have faced or are still dealing with from the pandemic.
Join us for this hour-long session solely dedicated to answering your questions about rural business ownership. Read more
Some people predict a recession is coming, while others dismiss the notion since the nation is essentially at full employment. But many small business owners are worried a recession is looming.
In this webinar you will learn about the small business grant landscape, the different types of grants, what you should consider and how to apply for funding. Read more
In celebration of AAPI Heritage Month we are joined by three speakers who will be sharing tips, strategies, and information that can help grow your business. Read more
Like many business owners, you may wonder the purpose of business credit.
Attend this session to obtain insights on securing capital for your small business and an overview of the pertinent SBA programs. Read more