Curious about Ventures first-ever policy proposal? Our "tamale bill" would legalize home cooking and create a place in the formal economy for our early-stage food entrepreneurs.
Ventures and The Riveter are hosting a happy hour and panel discussion with LGBTQ+ founders on how they built their businesses on June 25th.
"I worked in the industry for several years as a mechanic and hated what I saw. People were taken advantage of and lied to...I loved fixing cars but couldn’t stay in an industry with this landscape so I quit…and started daydreaming about how I could do it better."
How has our advocacy increased access and reduced barriers for Ventures entrepreneurs? Where have we fallen short? What are other ways that we can make a positive impact in our community?
We know our services make an impact, so we decided to create and pilot a program for the formerly incarcerated: Ready for Release.
Both Ventures and FareStart have developed strategies to expand our mission by providing consulting to other organizations. We want to reflect on seven of the lessons that we have learned.
Starting a business is complicated—especially when doing it in a foreign country and in a different language.
This week is a unique opportunity for us to celebrate our entrepreneurs and everything that...
If you don't have a car, which an estimated 94% of welfare recipients don't, then you have to rely on public transit, bikes, or your own two feet.