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The Black Wall Street Collective Announces Crowdfunding Campaign On Kickstarter

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The Black Wall Street Collective Announces Crowdfunding Campaign On Kickstarter

August 15
08:28 2020
The Black Wall Street Collective Announces Crowdfunding Campaign On Kickstarter
The Black Wall Street Collective, an initiative to uplift and empower Black entrepreneurship, will allow Black-owned businesses and clients to connect and share their experiences, references, referrals, and certifications.

14 August, 2020 – The Black Wall Street Collective, a new initiative to engage and uplift Black business owners and clients, has announced the launch of a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter. An important social impact project, The Black Wall Street Collective is coming to support Black entrepreneurs and business owners at a time where it is increasingly difficult to find an edge and get ahead.

Challenging the status quo, which often includes which often includes access to capital or awareness from the public. The Black Wall Street Collective is creating a new community where Black business owners and entrepreneurs can find hope and overcome the odds. A platform where the Black community can connect, grow, and develop their expertise and connections, The Black Wall Street Collective will allow Black-owned businesses and clients to share their experiences, references, referrals, and certifications, such as Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE), Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB), or Minority Business Enterprise (MBE), with the broader community they serve.

Together, The Black Wall Street Collective will make it easy for business leaders and entrepreneurs to find and connect with licensed contractors, such as carpenters and mechanics, or even local churches supportive of Black excellence. On the platform, business leaders and entrepreneurs will be able to list their location for new members and advertise community events or fundraisers they are hosting.

A platform for networking and collaboration, businesses, contractors, churches, and other individual or business entities will be able to make change happen, find an edge, and get ahead to overcome the odds. At each stage, the hard work, open-mindedness, new ideas, and diversity, beauty, and power of Black culture will be celebrated.

To learn more, or to support The Black Wall Street Collective, visit the Kickstarter campaign here.

Media Contact
Company Name: Black Wall Street Collective
Contact Person: Erin Jinna-Watkins
Email: Send Email
Phone: 7342182270
Country: United States
Website: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/erinjinna/making-change-happen