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Breaking Barriers in Entrepreneurship by Bunker Labs is a virtual workshop series that facilitates business growth and support within Asian, Black, Hispanic, and female Veteran and military spouse communities. The eight-week program is designed to create an immediate impact for early to growth-stage businesses by providing access to business tools, resources, capital opportunities, mentorship, and a stronger peer network.
Bunker Labs is now accepting applications for their October 2022 cohort. They encourage those who wish to apply to do so before September 19.
Breaking Barriers in Entrepreneurship has supported over 350 entrepreneurs since starting this workshop in 2020, and Bunker Labs continues to get positive feedback and creates impactful outcomes for the participants. Here are a few recent testimonials that they are proud to share:
“BBiE gave me a needed push to ‘get off the island’ of entrepreneurship and provided an awesome and supportive setting to share wins and get motivation from fellow female entrepreneurs. I left the cohort with a more clearly defined business plan, organized monthly and quarterly goals, and valuable new strategies to pursue diversified revenue opportunities. I had never applied for a business grant before but applied to four during the course of the program thanks to advice and resources from the cohort.”
– Carly Rhyne, Founder of Ellipticraft, Army military spouse
"Breaking Barriers Black Entrepreneur Workshop Series at Bunker Labs exceeded all of my expectations. I have been introduced to key professionals that want to see me "win" in the world of entrepreneurship. I have no doubt that my business will thrive over the upcoming months as a direct result to be part of Bunker Labs. I am grateful for the opportunity. Thank you."
– Anthony Cosby, Founder & CEO | STZY, Navy Veteran
To learn more about this program visit the Breaking Barriers on the Bunker Labs website.
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