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hello alice promoting their new grant.

When small businesses succeed, everyone benefits. Join us in shifting your focus forward to 2023 by leaning into your small business dreams. Hello Alice is awarding 4 small business owners with $25,000 grants to help them make their next big move in the new year. To be eligible, a business must have less than $1M in annual […]

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FedEx® Entrepreneur Fund

Applications are now open for the FedEx ® Entrepreneur Fund The FedEx ® Entrepreneur Fund, in collaboration with Hello Alice and the Global Entrepreneurship Network (GEN), will provide $10,000 grants to 30 small businesses owned by military-connected entrepreneurs and people with disabilities in the United States. To be eligible, small businesses must be: Majority (51%+) owned and operated by […]

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$5,000 Grants for Your Small Business

$5,000 Grants for Your Small Business The Small Business Growth Fund provides the capital entrepreneurs need to make their next big move. Each recipient will receive a $5,000 grant, provided by Mastercard, to accelerate their growth and continue to help make 2022 the year of their small business. Eligible businesses must: Be a for-profit business […]

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The Entrepreneurial Spirit Fund by SIA

In addition to the $250,000 in grants given in 2021, this year SIA Scotch Whisky is pledging an additional $110,000 to support groundbreaking entrepreneurs of color within the food and beverage industry. Inspired by its founder’s journey as one of the first Hispanic entrepreneurs in history to create a scotch whisky brand, SIA is awarding […]

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Applications now open for the Antares REACH Grant Program The Antares REACH Grant Program will provide $20,000 grants to small businesses, with an emphasis on businesses preparing for their next stage of growth; operated by historically underrepresented entrepreneurs; and providing important community services. To be eligible, a business must: Be a for-profit business that is […]

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