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Named one of the 100 Most Powerful Women in Business by Entrepreneur Magazine, Shelly Bell is a multifaceted entrepreneur and startup ecosystem builder. A computer scientist by training, she built a career path from K-12 educator to Founder and CEO of Black Girl Ventures, a social enterprise that creates access to social capital and financial capital for Black and Brown woman-identifying founders.
In this episode, Bell breaks down the process for acquiring capital to start and grow your business. She explains the various types of capital that are available to small businesses, and when and how you should raise it.
This episode was brought to you in partnership with Guilt-Free Mommy by Dayna L. Reed.
Music: “Knuckle Up” by C. Scott, “Catch Feelings” by C. Scott
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