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WHERE CAROLINA'S BLACK ENTREPRENEURS ARE THE HIGHLIGHT
The Black Entrepreneur Initiative at UNC is geared towards cultivating a network and community for black entrepreneurs, creators, and innovators on Carolina's campus.
Watch our Co-Founder and Vice President Kene Uwajeh introduce The Black Entrepreneur Initiative at UNC and what we are about as an organization.
On July 23, 1919, white mobs destroyed one of the most successful hubs for black entrepreneurs in American History. Tulsa, Oklahoma was once known as "Black Wall Street" and was able to showcase black people in a prosperous light despite the racial tensions that occurred during this time. The Black Entrepreneur Initiative is inspired to fulfill the dreams that the innocent black people in this community had for future generations and create a space for ourselves on Carolina's campus.
BEI promotes any and all ventures that are led or owned by black students on Carolina's campus. We want the Carolina community to be aware of the black leaders and innovators on our campus and support their ventures.
BEI informs both current and aspiring black entrepreneurs of how they should best maximize their venture's potential through a variety of branding and professional development resources.
BEI connects Carolina's black current and aspiring entrepreneurs to professionals across the nation through a variety of networking events, professional opportunities, and communication guidance.
Your support and contributions will enable us to conduct a variety of informative events and create opportunities for current and aspiring entrepreneurs on Carolina's campus.
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