A List Of Organisations And Foundations For Afroentrepreneurs
"The TEF Entrepreneurship Programme is open to citizens and legal residents of all African countries, who run for-profit businesses based in Africa that are no older than three years.
Applications will be judged based on criteria including: feasibility, scalability and potential for growth of the product/service; market opportunity for the idea/business; financial understanding, leadership potential and entrepreneurial skills."
"Agricultural products are the very basis for what builds your communities and grow your economies. However, agriculture is much more than farming. It’s business. It’s science. It’s engineering. It’s energy. It’s entrepreneurship. It’s information. It’s technology. YALIGoesGreen for Agribusiness explores the many facets of agriculture so that you can find your place along the value chain."
"Our mission is to increase the number of successful black entrepreneurs in technology.Black Founders is creating an ecosystem that stimulates tech entrepreneurship and fosters economic growth. We develop global programs that equip entrepreneurs, inspire innovation, and allow us to share resources."
"The Black Business Association (BBA), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization headquartered in Los Angeles, California. They have access and influence with more than 85,000 African-American-owned and women/minority-owned firms via strategic alliances with more than 100 women/minority trade associations in more than 42 states nationwide."
"The BBPA, founded in 1983, is a non-profit, charitable organization that addresses equity and opportunity for the Black community in business, employment, education and economic development. Based in Toronto, Canada, their mission is to advance Canada's Black communities by delivering programs that support business and professional excellence, higher education and economic development."
"NABA is a Black business organization that addresss the professional needs of African American accountants, and aims to build leaders that shape the future of the accounting and finance profession with an unfaltering commitment to inspire the same in their successors. The association aims to unite and assist professionals and students who have similar interests and ideals, and are committed to excellence in the field of economics and accounting."
"This association aims to empower minority business professionals through a wide range of strategic business forces, including career and education programs, entrepreneurship, lifestyle, and leadership. Based in Chicago, IL, their mission is to lead in the creation of economic and intellectual wealth for African Americans."
"The National Sales Network (NSN) is a 501(c)(3), not-for-profit membership organization whose objective is to meet the professional and developmental needs of African-American sales and sales management professionals. They also help other individuals who want to improve their professional sales skills. They have local chapters all around the country, and conduct several annual skill development seminars."
The U.S. Black Chambers, Inc. (USBC) is an association of over 100 self-sustaining, viable Black Chambers and small business associations nationwide. They provide committed, visionary leadership and advocacy in the realization of economic empowerment. Through the creation of resources and initiatives, they support African American Chambers of Commerce and Black business organizations in their work of developing and growing Black enterprises.