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American Express 100 for 100
100 days of resources for 100 Black women-owned businesses. Black women start 763 new businesses every day. In fact, they are the fastest growing group of entrepreneurs in America, yet they still lack access to the resources they need to grow their businesses.
In partnership with IFundWomen of Color, American Express recognizes the importance of a group of inspirational entrepreneurs growing most rapidly and has launched the 100 for 100 program, providing $25,000 grants & 100 days of resources to 100 Black women-owned businesses.
As the nation's leading multimedia company that produces content and advocates for black-owned businesses, both large and small, BLACK ENTERPRISE is honored to join American Express in shining a bright spotlight on the Black and Brown women-owned business owners who are grant recipients of the 100 for 100 programs. For 50 years, BLACK ENTERPRISE, founded by the late Earl. G. Graves, Sr., the leading champion of black business development, has chronicled the trials and triumphs of such entrepreneurs.