Richelieu Dennis

When he sold his company to Unilever, Richelieu Dennis negotiated an unusual perk: a fund for women of color entrepreneurs.

Jay Coen Gilbert



With a Tier II Reg A approval, Groundfloor will now offer its investments to unaccredited investors in all 50 states.

Amy Cortese Showcase

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.

Anne Field
JOBS Act progress

Now that all of the pieces have gone into effect, we can begin to take the full measure of the law. Is it living up to its promises?

Locavesting Staff


B Corps 2018

2018 holds many challenges, but more businesses are stepping up. A look at the year in B Corps.

B the Change

In Action

Watch Janelle Orsi’s ComCap17 talk!