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U.S. Black Chambers, Inc. Launches Resource Hub Supported by Wells Fargo

MBE Magazine Staff
Three Black business owners sitting at a desk.

The U.S. Black Chambers, Inc. (USBC) has launched the USBC Resource Hub, an innovative online platform supported by Wells Fargo. This resource hub is designed to provide Black businesses with a comprehensive suite of cutting-edge tools and programs to support growth, sustainability, and success.

USBC is committed to providing a fundamental pillar of entrepreneurial training and development to support the growth and success of Black businesses across the nation. This essential work is grounded in our dedication to fostering economic equity and creating opportunities for Black entrepreneurs to thrive in today’s competitive marketplace.

By offering a wide range of educational programs, technical assistance, and resources through the Resource Desk, USBC equips Black entrepreneurs with the knowledge, skills, and support they need to navigate challenges and seize opportunities. This work is important because it helps bridge gaps in access to resources, information, and funding, ultimately empowering Black business owners to reach their full potential and contribute to the economic vitality of their communities.

The USBC Resource Hub includes a range of key programs, such as:

  • Technical Assistance: Access expert guidance and support through our chambers to navigate business challenges.
  • Loan Programs: Benefit from a new loan program designed to help your business grow and achieve financial goals.
  • Corporate, Supplier Diversity, Government and Matchmaking Programs: Sustain your firm with strategic partnerships and contracting opportunities for those seeking diverse suppliers.
  • Business Counseling, Accounting Services, and Referral Networks: Access professional advice and services to keep your business on track and financially healthy.
  • Certification and Directory Programs: Enhance your firm’s credibility and access new opportunities with various certification programs and increase your visibility for your services.
  • On-Demand Webinars: Utilize a library of training sessions and educational content available on demand.

Alisa Joseph, VP, Director of Programs, USBC, shared her perspective on the launch: “The USBC Resource Hub is a transformative step towards empowering Black businesses with the tools and resources they need to succeed. This platform exemplifies our commitment to supporting economic equity and fostering a thriving business community.”

To learn more about the USBC Resource Hub and explore its wide range of offerings, visit https://usblackchambers.org/resources/.

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