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How to Finance a Black Women-owned Business in 2018
Our webinar provides information on the current state of Black women businesses. We provide actionable information you can use to get financing for your business. AGENDA • Business Planning • Your business credit history: Dun and Bradstreet. • Data and Resources for Black women businesses • The best non profit, local/state/federal resources • Steps in the business financing process • Protecting your ideas: intellectual property rights • What type of financing products and sources/investors/lenders are best for your business: banks, credit unions, factors, hard money lenders, crowdfunding, credit cards, venture capital, digital currency, ICOs. • Why you should seek out venture capital these days. Which ones to go to. How you should approach them. RSVP at Tickets range in price from $15 to $100. $15 dollar tickets are available to members of the Makeup and Hair Roundtable, a group of African and African American women in the beauty and hair trade. $50 is the regular ticket price. $100 tickets are last minute tickets to guarantee a spot, The event will be limited to 75 online attendees.There are a limited number of spaces still available. We do not anticipate making a recording of the webinar available. Nor do we think we will repeat it.

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What, exactly, is Crowdfunding?

Crowdfunding is "open source" financing. Individuals come together to support, via small donations or investments, a person, project or product. This technique is implemented using crowdfunding websites and social media tools.

This is a group for anyone interested in equity or donations-based crowdfunding, startups, startup financing, etc. All interest levels are welcome. We started this group to provide a forum for crowdfunding enthusiasts, mainly in Washington, DC, but open to people globally. Looking forward to exploring crowdfunding with everybody.”

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