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Black Women Entrepreneurs Awarded $100K In Grant Funding During Black Magic Reimagined 2023

An impressive boost from Capital One Business has put three Black women entrepreneurs on the fast track to success.

Oct 3, 2023

Black Girl Magic Summit, Capital One Host Pitch Competition Awarding Up To $100K In Grants For Black Female Entrepreneurs

Black women should shoot for the stars. To turn their dreams into a reality, Boss Women Media’s Black Girl Magic Summit returned for its fourth consecutive year. According to a press release, the summit was created to uplift and celebrate Black women professionals, entrepreneurs, and student changemakers. This year’s summit was pre-recorded in Los Angeles in late July, and is set to air on Aug. 27 on Amazon Prime. Black women heard topics centering on financial well-being, career development, advancing socioeconomic mobility, small business success, and more led by keynote speakers, including Allyson Felix, Meena Harris, Aurora James, and Meagan Good. “We are on a mission to provide Black women with the tools and education they need to take the next steps toward having more,” said Marty McDonald, Founder and CEO of Boss Women Media, according to a press release. “The Black Girl Magic Summit is a pivotal part of this mission as it gives us the stage and presence to amplify critical...

Aug 2, 2022

Boss Women Media, Creme Of Nature Team Up To Elevate Black Women Entrepreneurs In Beauty

Black women are changing the game when it comes to entrepreneurship! When we aren’t running the show in a “traditional” career, Black women have mastered the art of the side hustle which now represents the future of business, and reiterates the importance of having the resources needed to be successful business owners. According to PRNewswire, Boss Women Media has joined forces with Creme of Nature and the two have launched a four-week Home Hustlers: Beauty Edition Program geared toward women who aim to take their small business to the next level. The virtual program will be held every Saturday in May and will include panel discussions led by entrepreneurs which include The Honey Pot’s Beatrice Dixon, mogul Courtney Adeleye, and boss-chick Angela Simmons. Workshops will run for two hours touching topics like diversifying your revenue, fundraising, running an online business, scaling, and writing a business plan. “Our mission is to create a space for Black women and empower them as...

May 7, 2021