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In Q4 of 2019, FGF conducted a survey to gather data on business funding being allocated to founders. We received 34 responses. Here’s the break down:

Black Employers

We want to know more about your business funding experience. Get included in the latest FGF survey now! We conduct surveys to better understand the network of founders we’re building. This information confirms why FGF needs to exist. Your response will help create the community founders like you need to get funds together.

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It’s All About Community

Congratulations! Michaelangelo Hayes, founder of Valentino’s Workshop, recently received a grant award from Barclays for $5K. He leveraged his community, included FGF, to get funds. FGF is designed for all of us to get funds together. Congratulate Michaelangelo in our recent Instagram post and ask him questions on how he received this grant.

Visit Valentino’s Workshop: https://valentinosworkshop.com/about/

Maybe you are feeling shy and don’t want to contact Michaelangelo directly. Listen to this week’s episode The Who, Why & What to hear him share how he leverages his community. Additionally, TheTagan will chat on why these 3 questions are essential to finding product-market-fit and accessing funding. Listen to “The Who, Why & What.”

Community Plugs

Jade Lockard and Gloria Ware shared Nex Cubed’s HBCU Founder’s Program. This is the the 1st startup accelerator supporting all HBCU Students and Alumni. Each participant in the Summer Acceleration Program will receive $10,000 to cover the cost of participating in the program as well as technical resources to develop an MVP. Check it out!

Kendall Camp is helping HBCUvc find founders looking for $5K in dilutive capital. If this sounds like you, send Kendall an email.

OHUB is offering a free tech sales bootcamp. Check it out!

Impact Ventures is back with the IV Accelerator. Through their partnerships get access to over $100k worth of support services, perks, and discounts throughout the network. Check it out!

Grant. The EIDL program is designed to provide economic relief to businesses that are currently experiencing a temporary loss of revenue due to COVID-19. Last year, TheTagan applied for the EIDL. She didn’t receive the loan but got the grant instead. Check it out!

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