Goldman Sachs’ One Million Black Women project is awarding funds to 50 groups representing a diverse variety of geographical areas and organizational purposes. Each grantee will receive $50,000 to $250,000 in general operations money over two years. This comes in response to Goldman Sachs’ history with black women and women of color to address racial disadvantages. According to Goldman’s exclusive data, one of the most significant barriers to black women starting their own businesses and NGOs is a lack of finance.
How Your Start-up Can Leverage the Looming Recession with Phil Sanders, Investment Principal at New Media Ventures
A recession is coming — or we’re already in it. How should your start-up respond? Join investor Phil Sanders, Investment Principal at New Media Ventures, as he shares how start-ups can utilize creative fundraising techniques, non-dilutive capital opportunities, and team-building strategies in tough economic times.