Turning your Skills into a Business

  •  June 13, 2024
     6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Are you interested in starting a business, but not sure if you have the skills to start? In this training, we will go through a personal skills assessment, hear from someone who has turned their skills and passions into a business, and the steps they took to turn their dream into a reality. (more…)

Business Plan Review Lab

  •  July 8, 2024
     6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Want to get your business plan reviewed, but not sure where to go? At this event, you will be paired one on one with a business expert to review your business plan, go over feedback, and determine the next steps. (more…)

Discover Which Business Structure is Right for You

  •  July 25, 2024
     6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Selecting the type of legal structure for your company can be complicated. This class goes over all business structures: LLC (Limited Liability Company), S-Corporations, Partnership, Sole Proprietorship, and Corporations. Find out which structure is right for your business and the steps to take to become a legal business entity. (more…)

Initiate Prosperity: Building Generational Entrepreneurial Knowledge

  •  July 29, 2024
     8:30 am - 11:00 am

In the absence of access to sufficient entrepreneurship training and business mentorship, many Black-owned businesses inadvertently make choices that hinder their potential for growth. Attend our forum where Black Business Bosst entrepreneurs reveal how they honed their business acumen by partaking in WWBIC’s 350+ entrepreneurship trainings, including our dynamic business accelerators. Learn how these entrepreneurs (more…)

The Importance of Financial Statements Beyond the “Shoebox”

  •  August 8, 2024
     6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Knowing your numbers will help you manage your cash, empower your decision-making process, and give you the confidence you need to take your business to new heights. Having your bills, payments, and sales documented and organized will help you understand your financial statements. In this training, we will go over the importance of organized record (more…)