In many communities in the United States and across the world, minorities and low income entrepreneurs lack the training and resources necessary to be successful.
Rotary clubs and their community partners have been working together since 2013 to develop a sustainable model so cities like yours can offer budding entrepreneurs access to capital and community support.
Build Entrepreneurs In Your City Through Four Initiatives
Tried and Tested
Since 2013, Rotarians across the country have been refining a program to help kickstart their local economies in the areas that need it most. In Detroit, Raleigh, and across the country, Rotarians are bringing community leaders and institutions together to change lives through entrepreneurship. From barbeque sauce to cookies, from welders to marketing consultants, local entrepreneurs are getting the training, mentorship and support they need to build and grow their businesses.
Ready to be a Catalyst for Your Community?
We've got the blueprint you need to successfully transport this program to your city