Loan Program Launches in Cleveland to Assist Minority Businesses

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The Capital Access Fund of Greater Cleveland  will seek to grant 50 loans to minority business owners totaling 8-million dollars over the next three years.  It's hoped that money will help these small businesses grow and in turn provide jobs and opportunity.  The Urban League of Greater Cleveland, the National Urban League as well as Cuyahoga County and Cleveland are together in this endeavour.

 

 

Guests: 

Carla A. Harris, Vice Chairman, Global Wealth Management, Morgan Stanley   
Robert Davenport, President National Development Council  
Don Bowen, President, National Urban League Urban Empowerment Fund   
Diane Linston, Cleveland business owner, Fashion Designer, Loan recipient  

 

Resources:

Urban League of Greater Cleveland

National Urban League Urban Empowerment Fund

National Urban League

National Development Council

 

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