Grants and funding sources to advance your business.
Fast and flexible financing options for entrepreneurs with things to do. The leading AI-powered financing platform connecting small businesses with SBA, bank term loans, and flexible financing options.
Carolina Community Impact (CCI), a non-profit organization supporting community development and financial assistance to individuals and small businesses in North Carolina, has received a commitment of $250,000 to lend to small businesses in North Carolina.
Black women-owned businesses are vital to our economy yet receive less than one percent of venture capital funding. Fearless Fund is deepening its commitment to this community with the launch of the contest.
BLACK HISTORY MONTH: GRANT OPPORTUNITIES FOR BLACK ENTREPRENEURS
Grants provide critical funding for small businesses that may need additional capital to start or grow their businesses. To celebrate Black History Month, we have compiled a list of grant opportunities available to Black entrepreneurs to help them grow their businesses and recover from the pandemic.
Borrowers can receive between $15k and $50k for working capital and/or equipment purchases. 5.5% fixed interest rate. Loans include a 12 month interest-only period and terms of up to 10 years. Flexible use of proceeds. No equity requirements. Minimal collateral requirements. Origination fees can be financed into the loan amount.
Self-Help is accepting applications on a first come, first served basis while funds are available.
Local programs to help you reach your target audience.
Business ventures to jump start your entrepreneurship goals.
With Curated Coaching for Entrepreneurs, you'll get free, small-group (up to three business owners) coaching and actionable insights to help accelerate your business’s potential.
Connect with expert consultants on your schedule, and get educational resources curated for your business. You'll walk away with a personalized game plan and strategic tools needed to grow your business on your terms.
A free, high-impact program that provides the mindset, tools, and network needed to grow your idea from “seed” to “startup”. Starting with an immersive bootcamp led by startup expert Chris Heivly (Mapquest, Techstars) and culminating in a final pitch event, this 3-month experience is designed to give new founders an “on ramp” to entrepreneurship — and it’s all free, thanks to our partners at Hutchison Law!
The United States Federation of Worker Cooperatives (USFWC) is the national grassroots membership organization for worker cooperatives. Our mission is to build a thriving cooperative movement of stable, empowering jobs through worker-ownership. We advance worker-owned, -managed, and -governed workplaces through cooperative education, advocacy and development.
Resources to help you be successful in operating your business from NC Department of the Secretary of State.
Too often small business owners jump over dollars trying to collect their money because they don't have a good system in place. Join us as we explore tools to help you collect not only the quarters, but the dollars too!!
One Million Black Women is taking it further -- reaching Black women sole proprietors with the tools necessary to turn their business potential into business growth.
Through the One Million Black Women: Black in Business, participants will learn how to better understand their finances, hire their first employee, price their products or services, and much more – at no cost to the business owner.
For people interested in investing in commercial real estate located in a North Carolina Opportunity Zone?
The Equitable Approach to Black Owned Real Estate
Maybe you’d like to build up your business know-how, master a second language, or conquer code? Whatever it is, you’re bound to find something that piques your interest with Gale Courses. These classes are held entirely online, led by expert instructors and, best of all, free with your library card.
#BLACKDOLLARNC IS AN ONLINE DIRECTORY OF BLACK-OWNED OR OPERATED BUSINESSES IN THE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA.
Simply a tangible way that you can locate and connect with Black-Owned Businesses across the state - because before you can support, consumers must be able to find Black-Owned Businesses to obtain the services they need.
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