We listened. And the research is clear: entrepreneurship equalizes. It helps to unlock growth and build wealth for Black women.
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Why One Million Black Women: Black in Business?
Goldman Sachs has spent the last decade helping small businesses grow with 10,000 Small Businesses. Now, 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.
To learn more about the program, register here for an informational webinar.
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Black women are underrepresented in business ownership. What will it take to equalize their opportunities?
Goldman Sachs Research examined some of the barriers.
Read the full Goldman Sachs Research study, Black Womenomics: Entrepreneurship and Economic Equality