Facebook has declared another slate of free educational meetings and awareness programs as a part of National Black Business Month, which praises the commitments of black-owned businesses around the globe.
“We’re partnering with the U.S. Black Chambers, Inc. (USBC) to host Black Business August, a series of free virtual training, small business panels and expert speakers that will continue all month long. With 145 Black Chambers of Commerce and 326,000 members across the country, USBC provides leadership and advocacy to empower Black business owners through resources and initiatives. The topics we’ll cover a range from building a thriving online community to adapting in uncertain times to getting access to capital and professional networks.”
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Facebook is not charging for these webinars. It will include notes from an internal team of Facebook and experts will give tips in these webinars.
Facebook Elevate will host webinars through this month, planned for four weekly themes: ‘health and wellness’, ‘finance and wealth’, ‘food and beverage’, and ‘beauty and fashion’.
Session For Small Businesses
Facebook is also co-operating with The Shade Room to give information sessions to the small businesses which are affected by COVID-19.
“Join Angelica Nwandu, Founder of The Shade Room and U.S. Black Chambers, Inc. (USBC) CEO Ron Busby for a Facebook Live event on The Shade Room’s Facebook Page beginning at 9AM PT on August 12th as they discuss the pandemic’s impact on minority-owned businesses.”