NewsBOSS Network Launches Programs For Black Women Entrepreneurs

BOSS Network Launches Programs For Black Women Entrepreneurs

The BOSS (Building Our Successful Sisters) Network, an online enterprise of supportive and empowering Black women in business, is celebrating its 15th year with two programs.

BOSS is bringing back its premier program, The BOSS Impact Fund, which provides grants for Black women entrepreneurs and access to a 1-year mentorship program. according to a press release. The organization has also secured partnerships to offer a new training and mentorship program, “Pathways to Success, to support Black women entrepreneurs in Atlanta.

15 Years And Counting

— Cameka Smith (@iamCameka) January 19, 2024

“For the past fifteen years, The BOSS Network has been committed to investing in and equipping Black women entrepreneurs to achieve success in business,” said Smith.
“With Atlanta at the epicenter for Black business, The BOSS Network is excited to partner with Sage and Swoop on this program to not only provide resources, but to also empower them as they go to the next level in their business endeavors.”

THE BOSS Impact Fund

Applications for the Invest in Progress grant are due Feb. 23. Apply here.

Pathways To Success

The Pathways to Success training and mentorship program was developed and delivered through Sage Foundation, and in partnership with Swoop, a global fintech company specializing in funding solutions for businesses.

To apply, visit the Pathways to Success program website. Applications are due Feb. 5. 

We’re making our impact!Our partners at @SageUSAmerica and Swoop have joined forces to launch the Pathways to Success, for Black women founders, based in the Atlanta metropolitan area. If you are an Atlanta Founder, you can apply at: #InvestInProgress— The BOSS Network (@TheBOSSNetwork) January 24, 2024

Source: Black Enterprise


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