When he sold his company to Unilever, Richelieu Dennis negotiated an unusual perk: a fund for women of color entrepreneurs.
With a Tier II Reg A approval, Groundfloor will now offer its investments to unaccredited investors in all 50 states.
In 2017, the #MeToo movement shook the foundations of business, media and the arts. 2018 is the year for women to shine. Show your solidarity by investing in a women-owned business!
We’re not alone. Our guts are inhabited by millions of microorganisms that play a vital role in our health. Ashley Harris created LoveBug Probiotics after grappling with a severe microbiome imbalance that sickened she and her son. View offering.
What’s better then a supple leather bag? One that’s designed, developed, and sewn by the small team of leather crafts people at C.A.S. Handmade in Hudson, MA. and carried in 100+ stores. View offering.
Vanessa Braxton does not lack for ambition. Her goal: to become the Starbucks of tea. She’s raising money to open her first two Black Momma Tea & Cafe outlets in New York and New Jersey, and create a physical presence for her existing tea and cocktail brands. View offering.
Google and Facebook ads? So 2017. Bitesize is a tool that helps companies have interactive conversations with consumers via “bitesize” text messages and mobile marketing—inspired by founder Jessica Lee’s work as a community organizer. View offering.
Last year over $3 billion worth of produce went unharvested because farmers couldn't find enough workers. Ganaz is like a Glassdoor for agriculture – it helps farm owners find workers and helps farm workers find out which farms offer the best jobs. View offering.
A family of entrepreneurs, a CDFI and other local institutions team up to train immigrant workers as stitchers.
2018 holds many challenges, but more businesses are stepping up. A look at the year in B Corps.