Finance Savvy CEO Partners with Goldman Sachs’ One Million Black Women: Black in Business Who Goes All-in to Help Black Women in Business

CASH IS QUEEN! The power of cash, if managed well, can definitely transform your life as a business owner and the lives of your customers/clients through your products & services. But unfortunately, not all business owners know how to manage their business finances. According to a study, 82% of small businesses fail due to cash flow problems. The percentage sure is surprising even for businesses with enough capital to run their business, in short, funded well. How about Black Women-owned businesses that are underfunded, unsupported financially, and are said to be discouraged from applying loans to sustain their business? Just 1% of Black business owners obtain business loans in their first year. They rely on their family and community for financial help in their first year rather than ask for financial assistance from a financial institution. And for Black women-owned businesses with limited financial resources, cash management must be a HIGH PRIORITY.

That is why Goldman Sachs’ One Million Black Women: Black in Business and Finance Savvy CEO partnership comes to life. We are here to help you, Black women small business owners, show your money who’s boss and equip you with financial knowledge, tools, community, and support to slay and nail the financial side of the business.

We strongly believe that NO BUSINESS SHOULD FEEL ALONE ON AN ISLAND. With the partnership with Goldman Sachs’ One Million Black Women: Black in Business, we will be more focused on helping Black Women entrepreneurs, especially the sole proprietors, and “provide the necessary tools to turn their business potential into business growth“ by learning the financial management that a CEO should know in running a business.

And wait, there’s more! The said program goes all-out by providing the following features:

online and in-person sessions

all-expense-paid trips to Goldman Sachs HQ in NYC

a stipend

opportunity to connect with a robust network of Black women entrepreneurs and strategic advisors throughout the process.

Aside from the learning, tools, and experience that a Black woman small business owner gets, she will receive a SOLID and LASTING COMMUNITY of Black Women in business too. This alone is very precious because a single business owner cannot make it on its own, but she can do so much with everyone else who genuinely supports her!

If you want to join this fantastic program, feel free to apply here: Finance Savvy CEO X Goldman Sachs’ One Million Black Women

To know more, check out this link → Goldman Sachs’One Million Black Women: Black in Business