C2FO, the world's on-demand working capital platform, and the Schultz Family Foundation, founded by Sheri Schultz and Starbucks ceo Howard Schultz, today announced a new initiative designed to provide access to $100 million in working capital for small and diverse businesses.
This Skanska CMBB program series aims to provide an understanding of the expectations of working with large general contractors, provide accessibility to essential information, and address any barriers barring success.
Applications were opened on January 10th with a deadline of March 15th. The first accelerator program starts on April 24th. The Millionaire Mastermind Academy’s Scottsdale office, located in Arizona State University’s Skysong 3, will provide a physical space for entrepreneurs to meet with mentors and companies to be part of the Supplier Diversity program. The space will also support collaboration,
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