A free, nationwide workshop series exposing minority-millennial entrepreneurs to strategies for defining and launching their idea, as well as pitching to investors. With live workshops hosted across six cities, in addition to on-going training and development from programmatic partners, participants will learn how to effectively develop, finance, market and grow their entrepreneurial ventures.

Millennial Entrepreneurs Redefined is funded by the U.S. Department of Commerce, Minority Business Development Agency's Broad Agency Announcement.


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  Twenty-five entrepreneurs joined us in Atlanta, GA on March 3-4, 2017 to engage in interactive workshops and build meaningful relationships to launch and develop their┬ábusinesses. With a range of ventures that spanned social impact through education, to corporate diversity through tech, and even apparel innovation through design. During the networking reception, our entrepreneurs were […]

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Bridging the Gap: Entrepreneurship Across Generations

The U.S. Black Chambers, Inc. teamed up with local entrepreneurs and attendants of the Wall Street Economic Summit to discuss the importance of mentorship within minority┬ácommunities. With a diverse panel representing industries across the creative economy, agriculture, service industries, among others, the panelists shared unique stories of personal entrepreneurial pursuits and discussed how community-centric growth […]

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E-mail: deloris@usblackchambers.org Phone:(202) 463-8722