Monday, January 31, 2022

$10,000 Grants Available for Black Women Entrepreneurs From The BOSS Network's Capital Program With Sage

The BOSS Network Collaborates With Software Company Sage To Offer Capital And Expertise For 500 Black Women Business Owners Over the Next 3 Years

The Launch Kicks Off With The Boss Network Partnering With Sage For Its $1.5 Million

“Invest in Progress” Grant Program to Benefit Black Women Entrepreneurs

The deadline to apply is February 25th

The BOSS Network, an online community of professional and entrepreneurial women who support each other through digital content, programs, and event-based networking, announces its BOSS Impact Fund.

It has been reported that the single greatest barrier to success for new businesses and startups is access to capital—and minorities make up less than 1% of founders that receive that investment. The BOSS Impact Fund will focus on investing in Black women-led businesses and preparing these entrepreneurs to build scalable, growth aggressive companies. Its goal is to raise investment funding for 500+ Black women entrepreneurs, over the next three years.

As part of its efforts, The BOSS Network is partnering with Sage, the global market leader for technology that provides small and medium businesses with the visibility, flexibility, and efficiency to manage finances, operations, and people, for the launch of the Sage “Invest in Progress” Grant Program, a $1.5M commitment over three years. Sage and The BOSS Network are working together to remove the barriers that many entrepreneurs face by providing funding to support Black women entrepreneurs in the first five years of their business.