Exodus Management and Consulting, LLC has announced their partnership today Bank of America to help advance access to capital for minority businesses by conducting a series of small business financial literacy workshops for small business owners in Statesboro, GA, throughout the year.
As part of the company's ongoing commitment to advancing racial equality and economic opportunity, Bank of America has partnered with Exodus Management and Consulting, LLC, a certified minority, woman-owned and service-disabled business to offer events and programs that remove barriers to minority business success and economic growth.
“This joint initiative with Bank of America, ‘Closing the Entrepreneurial Gap,’ positions us to play a role in the economic parity of populations that traditionally have faced barriers in accessing credit, capital, and the other tools they need to start and grow businesses,” said Gloria Strauthers, founder and CEO of Exodus.
Upcoming events include:
- May 17, 2023, 12 p.m.: Lunch-n-Learn with Ray Pennie, ACE Atlanta (Zoom)
- May 18, 2023, 12 p.m.: 5 Cs of Credit Luncheon with Nick Correa, Bank of America (58 East Main Street, Statesboro, GA)
- June 7, 2023, 12 p.m.: Lunch-n-Learn with CreditSuite Founder Ty Crandall (Zoom)
- June 13. 2023, 6 p.m.: Business Banking Fundamentals with Nick Correa, Bank of America (58 East Main Street, Statesboro, GA)
- July 18, 2023, 6 p.m.: Cash Flow Fundamentals with Nick Correa, Bank of America (58 East Main Street, Statesboro, GA) – Zoom and in-person)
- August 8, 2023, 6 p.m.: Access to Capital with Nick Correa, Bank of America (58 East Main Street, Statesboro, GA) – Zoom and in-person)
- September 14, 2023, 6 p.m.: Mastering Veteran Small Business Certification (58 East Main Street, Statesboro, GA)
- October 12, 2023, 6 p.m.: Small Business Retirement Solutions with Merrill Lynch (58 East Main Street, Statesboro, GA)
- TBD: Lunch-n-Learn with The Atlanta Federal Reserve Bank Supplier Diversity Manager (Zoom)
- TBD: 2023 Access to Capital Forum (Statesboro, GA)
“Bank of America has a long-term commitment to help strengthen the Statesboro and Savannah communities,” said Patrick O’Neil, president Bank of America Savannah. “We recognize that the private sector can play a pivotal role in helping our communities, and we are committed to doing more to improve economic opportunity and racial equality within the Statesboro and Savannah Markets.”
To register for these events: Visit www.eventbrite.com (Search Statesboro Business Events)