Today’s women and founders of color gain capital with EnrichHER; the only digital platform that connects women and founders of color to capital to scale their business. This week, EnrichHER announced its finalists and winner of April’s EnrichHER Small Business Grant contest ( SAFE, LLC ).
From emergency SMS software to digital marketing consulting to a non-profit for ex-felons, this winning crop of founders are entrepreneurs with heart.
These businesses were chosen out of over 500 entries and were evaluated based on need, their business idea and pitch. The winner receives a $5,000 grant; the finalists are awarded $500 and a scholarship to the EnrichHER Business Accelerator Program, a five-week training series that coaches participants on how to raise funds for their businesses.
Funding the future of business and fast-tracking new majority founders, EnrichHER connects pre-qualified (on average they have been operating for two or more years and have an annual revenue minimum of $250,000) companies led by women and founders of color to capital, coaching, and community so they can take their business to new heights.
This is the fifth round of the EnrichHER Small Business Grant, an initiative designed not only to support the various operations needs of diverse entrepreneurs, but to equip them with knowledge and educational resources to access future financing.
Since launching in 2017, EnrichHER has helped 163 companies connect with over $14 million in funding. A safe, secure, and seamless financial platform, EnrichHER is funding the future of business and putting new majority founders first in line. They continue their mission of ensuring the success of the next generation of business owners by partnering with corporate brands, foundations and individual investors who are committed to putting their capital in the hands of highly-qualified companies.
A safe, secure, and seamless financial platform, EnrichHER is funding the future of business and putting new majority founders first in line.
Visit enrichher.com for information about how they are funding the future of businesses for new majority founders.