Black-Owned Tulsa Nonprofit Receives A $50K Grant From Google To Support Women Entrepreneurs

“I don’t know any other metro or city that’s really focused on Black women in entrepreneurship and early stage startups, and even Latin women for that matter,” Arthur Jackson, Senior Vice President of Economic Development for Tulsa Regional Chamber, told AfroTech in an exclusive interview. “We have various groups throughout Tulsa including my organization, Tulsa’s Future, and the Tulsa Regional Chamber, who are not shying away from either proactively reaching out and going after minority owned businesses and startups and tech companies, or being intentional about making sure that we’re fostering growth here and providing a welcoming soft landing for those companies to come in, whether that has to do with incubator space or grant funding.”


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