New fund to support Black entrepreneurs

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BEO and Sky’s new £1 million partnership is backing Black entrepreneurs to launch and grow their own businesses in the UK

Future 100 provides investment and access to supply chains, to break down the significant barriers faced by Black British entrepreneurs when setting up and growing their businesses.

The programme will also create a vital and tight-knit cohort of Black British entrepreneurs, with valuable, regular opportunities to network and share experiences, successes and challenges

The fund provides grants of up to £15,000 along with strategic business advice, supply chain access, coaching and mentoring.

Applications close on 20 August 2022. Applicants need to be between 18 and 30 years old and a UK resident. The scheme is particularly interested in supporting female Black founders.

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