BCC’s purpose is to provide the community with the tools and educational awareness to confront socio/economic problems and address persistent barriers to black wealth creation. In particular we are distinguished by our exploration of disruptive industries and forward thinking investment opportunities.
Our vision is to inspire and prepare African Americans to Build, Preserve and Transfer generational wealth.
In New York, the MRTA created a strong base for the legal cannabis industry. However, many subsequent regulations, amendments and rules are to come before your market begins. #blackownedbusiness #cannabis #cannabisindustry #brooklyncapitalcollective https://t.co/iNsGk6EHBY
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When you consider education doesn't achieve income parity for Black workers, the disproportionate debt these students are taking on to finance their education is further reinforcing the racial wealth gap. #racialequality #brooklyncapitalcollective https://t.co/tV6kgAFEzE
After the murder of George Floyd, lenders pledged to help communities of color. But many are still struggling to get cheaper loans. #blackentrepreneurship #blackbusiness #blackownedbusiness #generationalwealth #brooklyncapitalcollective https://t.co/hFp1rDDk5r
Black-owned businesses are vital to the American economy. But with the long history of racial inequality in business in our country and the COVID-19 pandemic, many are struggling simply to survive. #blackownedbusiness #brooklyncapitalcollective https://t.co/2dq07SS6xt
The grant is the latest critical component of the City’s response to the needs of small businesses during the pandemic. #racialequality #wealthgap #blackfinance #pandemic #brooklyncapitalcollective https://t.co/gaDEOYcs4h
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Brooklyn Capital Collective
2 months ago
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Time for Change: TIME Names Black Woman as Company's First Chief Marketing Officer
www.blackenterprise.comAs the brand's first CMO, Sadé Muhammad will focus on invigorating the brand for the next 100 years, executing a market strategy to drive business growth.
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BLACK LIVES MATTER: CORPORATE AMERICA HAS PLEDGED $1.678 BILLION SO FAR
Updated on June 24, 2020 by Brooklyn Capital Collective
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REPORT: 45% OF BLACK BUSINESSES ANTICIPATE CLOSING WITHIN SIX MONTHS DUE TO COVID-19
Updated on May 28, 2020 by Brooklyn Capital Collective
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