Access to capital still leads as one of the biggest challenges facing small business owners today. And that challenge is even greater for Black women-owned small businesses. But how do we move from saying that it’s necessary to unlock access, to opening the door to take action?
In this salon-style discussion, Shelly Bell, Founder of Black Girl Ventures will have an honest conversation with both funders and founders – sharing their stories on unlocking access and what it truly takes to unlock and walk through the door.
This webinar is a part of the National Small Business Week Virtual Summit, hosted by the U.S. Small Business Administration and SCORE.
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