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Black Girl Ventures Programs




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Supporting a woman entrepreneur is supporting generations of ingenuity.

BGV's mission is to provide underrepresented woman-identifying founders access to the community, capital, and capacity building to meet business milestones that lead to economic advancement through entrepreneurship. Many reports show that Black/Brown women-owned businesses have been disproportionately affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. We want to make it a point to support these business owners directly in their time of need and create opportunities now and in the future.

We believe in shifting the idea of community building from being viewed solely as a community service to a valid and viable business offering to ensure the development and growth of small businesses. We have developed this resource guide with you in mind to help you unlock access to capital and much more.


Within this resource guide you will find the following:

  • Gaining Access to Capital

  • Protecting Your Business

  • Leveraging Supplier Diversity

  • Building Your Brand

  • Digitizing Your Business

Click here to download the resource guide.

In recognition of National Small Business Week, Visa and Black Girl Ventures collaborated on a workshop to talk about "unlocking access to capital for Black women-owned businesses." This resource guide is an extension of that conversation to provide you with valuable resources to take action.

This guide is developed by Black Girl Ventures, empowered by Visa.

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