Fueling Success: BEP’s Third Cohort Ignites Growth for Black Entrepreneurs in Canada

The Black Entrepreneurship Program (BEP), launched its third cohort in September. This program is dedicated to nurturing the growth and success of Black entrepreneurs in Canada by providing essential resources, mentorship, and opportunities for innovation.

By supporting Black entrepreneurs, the BEP contributes to economic growth, job creation, and the overall empowerment of the Black community in Canada. The BEP offers practical guidance, access to funding opportunities, and mentorship to help entrepreneurs overcome challenges and realize their business goals.

The BEP also encourages networking and collaboration among Black entrepreneurs, fostering a sense of community and shared experience. By creating a supportive ecosystem, this program not only supports individual business ventures but also contributes to the economic and social advancement of the entire Black entrepreneurial community.

The BEPs third cohort offers two sessions every week, on Tuesdays and Thursdays. While slots for Tuesday sessions might be filled, there are still openings available for the Thursday sessions. Don’t miss this opportunity to join and enhance your entrepreneurial journey. You can still register to gain access to valuable resources, mentorship, and support.

But that’s not all! Cohort 4 will commence in January 2024 with a unique focus on French speakers. If you’re a French-speaking entrepreneur or aspiring to be one, registrations for Cohort 4 are already open. Be proactive and register in advance to ensure your spot.

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