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The Lonely Entrepreneur

The Lonely Entrepreneur


Economic Development


I'd like to introduce you to Michael Dermer and his company, The Lonely Entrepreneur (501c3). They have a program called the Black Entrepreneur Initiative that may be very much in line with your efforts to support the Black community.  

The goal of the Black Entrepreneur Initiative is to empower 100,000 Black entrepreneurs by providing them with free access to the knowledge, tools and support they need to start or grow a business.  We do this by providing our platform - called the Learning Community - free to entrepreneurs through sponsorships and support of corporate and philanthropic partners. This serves not only to empower the Black community but to provide corporate and philanthropic partners with an impactful way to serve their social and economic justice objectives.
Organizations across the corporate and philanthropic community have been supporting their efforts including the Milwaukee Bucks, UPS, AARP, Richard Petty Motorsports, Wells Fargo, ESPN, Lakewood Church, NAACP, the Urban League, the National Entrepreneur Center, and the Charlotte Hornets. 
I look forward to having a conversation.

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Minority-owned business : Yes

Women-owned business : Yes

Family-owned business : Yes


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Mitchell Wolinsky
Strategic Business Development

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