The Business Boost Bootcamp, sponsored by QT Business Solutions and Comerica Bank, helps small business owners learn the "insider knowledge" it takes to get funded and keep a new company thriving. It starts August 10 and runs for four weeks.
Don't Start a New
Starting a small business requires a lot more than
just a good idea.
Owners, prospective owners
and entrepreneurs need a
solid foundation to build on.
QT Business Solutions Founder and COO Tina Williams
spent years in the banking industry.
She saw firsthand how many minority business
owners and those from disenfranchised
communities got shut out from the crucial bank
funding because they lacked access to
knowledge about the banking process and how
to actually get a small business started.
McKinsey & Company consulting firm found that, while Black Americans are more likely
to start businesses than any other ethnic group, they face significant hurdles to doing
so: 47% of Black business owners' requests for loans were approved, compared with
75% for white owners.
The pandemic hit Black-owned
businesses especially hard: 53% of
Black owners saw revenue drop by
half, compared to 37% of White
owners in 2020 alone, according to
QT Business Solutions has partnered with Comerica Bank to
help change this situation.
Small business owners at any stage
in the journey are welcome to join the
next Business Boost Bootcamp series
starting Wednesday, August 10 at
Four weekly sessions on Wednesdays from 9:30 am to
11 am will cover critical topics for entrepreneurs
August 10th: Ask a Banker small
business questions; August 17th:
Online Marketing; August 24th:
Resources available to small business
owners; and August 31st: Access to
Though QT works to help underserved communities, the company
welcomes all current and prospective business owners and nonprofit
leaders to learn more.
The sessions are free and held on
Zoom. To register, visit
registering, look for an email
confirmation with more details.
Thanks to Comerica for the support. Find Out More At http://qtbizsolutions.com/