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Black Businesses & the Mystery of Funding

Excitement, Motivation, Planning, Structure, all elements of starting a business. But we all know tha
The Mojisola Report
Black Businesses & the Mystery of Funding
By The Afropole • Issue #31 • View online
Excitement, Motivation, Planning, Structure, all elements of starting a business. But we all know that you do need money to make money. This week looks at the ingenious ways black businesses can have projects funded and the challenges that come with it.
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Melissa Hanna Fought to Stay in the Game And She Just Raised $3 Million in Funding from Serena Williams, Mark Cuban and Arlan Hamilton
How Black Business Owners Are Finding Capital for Their Companies
Why is funding so hard to access with African businesses?
SME South Africa
"The South African business psyche is not a forgiving one. Unlike the US, where failure is seen as part of the journey, South Africans are expected to sign surety and, should they fail, will struggle to secure new funding." -Gary Palmer, CEO | Paragon Lend https://t.co/re5qbdROCP
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