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A resource for women in the entrepreneurial space to come together and support one another. It is there to build community amongst other female entrepreneurs and provide guidance as they venture into the business world. 

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This is an opportunity for young Black entrepreneurs to access support and tools to get a business going or help a business that’s already started. They also offer mentoring and spaces for entrepreneurs who want to help out as well.  

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The world’s number one university-based business incubator, Toronto Metropolitan University’s DMZ, helps founders start, streamline, and scale their businesses anywhere in the world. Their programming is available to founders and aspiring entrepreneurs at any stage of the journey, with additional support for underrepresented business leaders.  

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As one of the top business schools in the world, University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton offers a flexible and online-only entrepreneurship program through Coursera. Learners can take the course for free to gain the skills Wharton is sharing or pay $79 USD per month for the six-month program to earn a certificate. The program is in English with financial aid available through Coursera’s scholarship program.