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Campaign to help U.S. Black & Afro-Latina entrepreneurial communities


The pandemic has impacted all small businesses, but those run by women and people of color have been disproportionately affected.

According to VISA’s black women-owned business report, nearly three quarters of black women-owned businesses estimate they can’t survive another year under current pandemic conditions.

Adama Iwu, VISA vice-president of government sales joined us today to share important information around a new hyper-local program that VISA just announced. It’s mission is to accelerate financial and educational support for underrepresented communities and women-owned small businesses.

Iwu was also named one of time magazine’s silence breakers which celebrated how women everywhere are using their influence to enact positive change.

For More Information, visit visa.com/shesnext.

THIS SEGMENT IS SPONSORED BY VISA.

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