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Toronto, Ontario–(Newsfile Corp. – February 23, 2021) – The Black Entrepreneur Program will announce an Incubator for BIPOC Canadian entrepreneurs on February 25th at a free, virtual Black History Month Summit. The Summit runs February 25th from 4 to 6 pm (Eastern Time) and features talks from various levels of government and black-owned business-owners across Southern Ontario, as well as Q&As and face-to-face digital networking “rooms.”

The virtual Black Entrepreneurship Program brings together social equity-focused actors in both government and business to create year-round action on a virtual stage platform beyond February. The aim is to foster productive networking and collaboration opportunities between BIPOC Entrepreneurs and future-focused legislative allies from all government layers. The mission: to empower more successful black entrepreneurs through online learning, mentorship and networking events designed to bridge gaps in the current startup ecosystem nationwide.

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