BLACK WOMEN TALK TECH UNLEASHES INNOVATION AT ‘IDEAS ON TAP: A PITCH PRACTICE SOCIAL’
BWTT
by Regina Gwynn
5M ago
NEW YORK, January 2023 – Black Women Talk Tech proudly announces ‘Ideas on Tap: A Pitch Practice Social,’ an electrifying event series igniting the start of 2024 and celebrating Black History Month! In collaboration with Diageo, this groundbreaking tour will unfold across four cities plus a virtual component: New York City – January 18 Virtual Event – January 25 Washington DC – February 1 Houston – February 8 Chicago – February 20 This pitch social offers a platform for women innovators to showcase their ideas in Food & Beverage, Hospitality, Green Tech, Smart Cities, and Sustainability ..read more
Visit website
How to Leverage the September Surge: 7 Essential Tips for Black Women in Tech
BWTT
by Rochelle Turner
9M ago
Have you heard of the September Surge? The five to six-week period following Labor Day presents a unique window of opportunity for professionals in the tech field as executives return from summer breaks and companies boost their budgets to bring in new talent.  As the tech industry continues to evolve and recognize the need for increased diversity, there has been a significant increase in opportunities for Black women. In this article, we will explore seven essential tips tailored specifically to Black women, empowering you to make the most of this exciting time and maximize your chances ..read more
Visit website
BLACK WOMEN TALK TECH PRESENTS THE INAUGURAL ‘ROADMAP TO BILLIONS LONDON’ CONFERENCE
BWTT
by Rochelle Turner
9M ago
LONDON, 2023 —  Black Women Talk Tech is thrilled to announce their highly anticipated conference, Roadmap to Billions: the London Edition. After 7 successful years hosting this convening in New York City, the organization is bringing international business insight to London, England at the Business Design Centre in partnership with the UK Black Business Show on 5 – 6 October. The content will focus on tech entrepreneurship and business growth in the Black community both in London and abroad through conversations with successful serial entrepreneurs, VCs, and investors. Black Women Talk T ..read more
Visit website
BWTT Presents Founder Friday Series: Raicheen Blanks
BWTT
by Krystal Samuels
1y ago
Raicheen Blanks is the founder of The Worthonomics Company, a startup focusing on worth management through financial literacy to create stability, security, and freedom for all women.  The Worthonomics Company’s overall mission is to normalize women as investors through education, strategy, and execution to empower them to be financially secure, literate, and confident in all aspects of their lives.  At an early age, Raicheen saw the value and power of investing early and bought her first stock at 19. From that moment, she knew she had a deeper purpose of teaching other women how to ..read more
Visit website
15 Funding Opportunities You Should Apply for Today
BWTT
by Krystal Samuels
1y ago
With 2022 coming to an end, and recession talk on the rise now is the time to focus on building your business like never before. As you might have heard, recessions make the most millionaires. That being said, here are 15 grants you should apply for today, many of which specifically focus on Black or women-owned businesses.   1. Tech Equity Collective Impact Fund (Goodie Nation, The Plug, Google) – Deadline: Nov 30, 2022 Just recently, the Tech Equity Collective, a Google initiative announced its partnership with Goodie Nation and The Plug to launch the Tech Equity Collective Impact Fund ..read more
Visit website
16 Funding Opportunities You Should Apply for Today
BWTT
by Krystal Samuels
1y ago
With 2022 coming to an end, and recession talk on the rise now is the time to focus on building your business like never before. As you might have heard, recessions make the most millionaires. That being said, here are 16 grants you should apply for today, many of which specifically focus on Black or women-owned businesses.   1. Tech Equity Collective Impact Fund (Goodie Nation, The Plug, Google) – Deadline: Nov 30, 2022 Just recently, the Tech Equity Collective, a Google initiative announced its partnership with Goodie Nation and The Plug to launch the Tech Equity Collective Impact Fund ..read more
Visit website
BWTT Presents Founder Friday Series: Isimemen Aladejobi
BWTT
by Krystal Samuels
1y ago
Leaving the world on E..on empty is the core of Isimemen Aladejob. A mother, wife, and founder of Isimemen and the Fulfilled program. Isimemen has paved the way for herself and women to uncover their purpose and live life to their fullest potential.  Not only is she a woman that wears many hats, but her ability to pivot, take risks, and commit to God’s plan for her has carved out a unique path. Her journey has been filled with shifts, reinvention of self, and further growth in community and faith. Throughout her journey, Isi has taken risks despite the uncertainties by committing to self ..read more
Visit website
BWTT Presents Founder Friday Series: Jasmine Lawrence
BWTT
by Krystal Samuels
1y ago
Jasmine Lawrence is the Founder and CEO of EDEN Bodyworks. This company provides natural products that integrate wellness and beauty inspired by nature to restore and maintain the hair and body’s original design. After experiencing hair challenges at a young age, Jasmine shifted her challenge into purpose and began finding solutions independently. Almost two decades later, what started as a kitchen remedy has become a company with over 50 products in Target, Walmart, Amazon, and several other retailers. However, Jasmine’s love for science and math did not stop at her creating her hair oil. Not ..read more
Visit website
Resources for Black Businesses to Find Funding
BWTT
by Krystal Samuels
1y ago
Funding can be a considerable challenge for Black businesses, especially in the early stages of growth. Research shows that Black Americans receive far less funding from venture capital firms than their white counterparts. This means it can be even more difficult for Black people to find funding if they don’t have connections to people who may assist them financially. However, there are several ways you can find funding for your business if you’re an African American and/or Black entrepreneur. Networking Events You never know who you’ll meet at networking events. If you’re at the early stages ..read more
Visit website
BWTT Presents Founder Friday Series: Lauren Vivian
BWTT
by Krystal Samuels
1y ago
Lauren Vivian is the co-founder and CEO of Wepair Health, a healthcare tech startup revolutionizing how people of color access healthcare. With over 15 years of experience in healthcare and health education, she is committed to addressing the health disparities in underserved communities. Digital health is increasingly important with healthcare organizations struggling to rebuild, especially post-pandemic. Lauren states,” Digital health offers endless possibilities for addressing the health care issues that plague traditionally marginalized communities. However, it will take a collaborative ef ..read more
Visit website

Follow BWTT on FeedSpot

Continue with Google
Continue with Apple
OR