The Big Black Book of Business

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WASHINGTON, December 16th, 2020, ZEXPRWIRE, My name is William Michael Cunningham and I am the author of The JOBS Act: Crowdfunding Guide to Small Businesses and Startups, published in 2016, and now, author of The Big Black Book of Business, How Minority and Women-owned firms Can Succeed in the Current Environment. I am writing this book because, as a result of COVID, Black firms declined by 41% from Feb., 2020  to April, 2020. Latinx firms fell by 32%. Asian firms fell by 26%.

This comes after the decline in Black wealth caused by the financial crisis: net worth of black households fell by 53 percent between 2005 and 2009. White household net worth dropped by only 17 percent. The difference was no accident: it’s due to 400 years of continuing racism. Banks, so-called community development financial institutions and venture capital firms are part of the problem.  THEY (HAVE NOT AND) WILL NOT FUND YOU! We’ll tell you why and how you can get around these intentional roadblocks.

Survive and thrive post-COVID

This book will help you access data, money, resources, institutions, and, most importantly, people. I will save you time by providing honest, objective and accurate information on actual resources available for minority and women-owned firms. We are launching a crowdfunding campaign to make this book better.

Sign up to be notified about our book and our crowdfunding campaign.  – https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/the-big-black-book-of-business/coming_soon/x/1013002

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