Join us for a virtual panel of Black female entrepreneurs who will share their insights on BIPOC (Black Indigenous People of Color) entrepreneurship in Maine. We’ll be discussing how to support BIPOC entrepreneurs, highlighting existing resources for BIPOC entrepreneurs and how to navigate them, celebrating success stories, and digging into what kind of support is needed but does not yet exist for BIPOC entrepreneurs.

Panelists:

Krystal Williams, Founder of Providentia Group and Chairwoman of KinoTek

Adilah Muhammad, Owner of ASM Properties LLC and Founder of The Third Place

Rose Barboza, Founder and Co-Director of Black Owned Maine

Cyndi Prince, CEO & Founder of LooHoo

We welcome entrepreneurs, aspiring entrepreneurs, business advisors, members of Maine’s entrepreneurial ecosystem, community leaders, and the general public to join us for this panel discussion. Register today!

The CEI offices remain closed to the public, but we're hard at work! Reach out or click here for a list of COVID-19 Business Resources.
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