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Ventures and The Riveter are hosting a happy hour and panel discussion with LGBTQ+ founders on how they built their businesses on June 25th.
Ventures' Board Secretary and entrepreneur, Octaiviea Renée, shares with us the importance of Black History Month.
We know our services make an impact, so we decided to create and pilot a program for the formerly incarcerated: Ready for Release.
Elena Nebreda received a $2,000 loan through a vote by her peers to exhibit at the Seattle and Las Vegas gift shows.
We are proud that 73% of all Ventures entrepreneurs and 78% of Ventures staff are women.
Let's get real. We'll bring the lunch. You'll bring your experiences.
Last month, outgoing Board President Juan Lopez shared his Ventures story. Reading his story inspired me to share my own.
When Viviana Lopez moved to the United States in 2012 from Spain, she was excited to begin a new life and seize the opportunity to become a businesswoman.
In 2016, Jayne Simmons was turning away customers. She was producing thousands of bottles of tinctures in a cramped, shared kitchen that had no storage or room to expand. It was not enough.