Futurpreneur launches “Startup and Prosper” podcast for younger Black entrepreneurs

Credit score: Mona-Lisa Prosper, Futurpreneur

The six-episode period is hosted by Mona-Lisa Prosper, director of Futurpreneur’s Black Entrepreneurship Startup Application

Black business owners (and anybody searching for some key biz-connected inspiration) can glimpse ahead to tuning in to Futurpreneur’s to start with-ever podcast. Startup and Prosper launches at the end of this thirty day period, and in accordance to host Mona-Lisa Prosper, it’s as uplifting as it is instructional. “We are trying to use this outlet to develop awareness for our application, yes, but also inspire younger Black entrepreneurs,” Prosper claims. 

The series episodes incorporate themes like “How the BLM motion introduced/saved my small business,” “Demystifying business loans: Why would I need a single?” and “Taking up place: You belong.” In the latter, Prosper talks with Alfred Burgesson, the Nova Scotia–based entrepreneur who started Tribe Community, a web-site that connects BIPOC business people. “We spoke with him about launching that platform, and why it’s crucial to communicate out, to be an agent of modify and to guide by example.” 

Prosper herself was so enthusiastic about her company that she admits she experienced issues remaining on-subject (and retaining the pod within the 45- to 60-moment mark). “But it always arrives down to entrepreneurship,” she explains, “and how entrepreneurship can assist uplift many others and determine ourselves.

While there is a aim on Black business people, “the information of every single episode can discuss to any entrepreneur out there, no matter their race or ethnicity,” the host states. “They are all inspiring stories.” 

The initial episode of Startup and Prosper goes are living on February 28, and the podcast will be presented in both equally English and French.