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Supporting Harlem's Small Businesses. Co-working Space at 275 Lenox Ave.
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Harlem Biz Alliance Nov 19
Ready to become your own boss? The Lillian Project—Harlem's 1st incubator for African-American women—is looking for 30 Badass, living in who are eager to build the business of their dreams in the span of 16 weeks. Apply here:
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Dennis Schultz Nov 16
Shout out to and for putting on a great event pairing diverse entrepreneurs and engineers and for hosting.
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Harlem Biz Alliance Nov 16
With the guidance and support of The Lillian Project Tiffany was able to launch her own venture TKW Entertainment. Ready to launch your own business? Apply to be a part of 's 1st incubator for women.
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Harlem Biz Alliance Nov 15
Interested in learning more about entrepreneurship? Join us at in on November 20 for a Q&A session with Jake Plowden, Creative Director, ! Tickets here:
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harlemparktopark Nov 15
Shop Harlem for the Holidays! Kick off your holiday shopping season with Harlem Park to Park on Saturday, December 1st from 11 am to 6 pm! Shop Harlem Made Gifts and Delicious Treats; Experience Fun Family/Kids...
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Harlem Biz Alliance Nov 13
Ready to make a reality? It's time to boss up! 's 1st Incubator for African American women is back and we're looking for 30 Badass, Black living in Harlem who are eager to build the business of their dreams. Apply here:
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Harlem Biz Alliance Nov 11
Nicole launched her own Pretty Hard Body—a boutique strength studio that has cultivated sisterhood and inspired women to get fit. Ready to launch your own business? Apply to be a part of 's 1st incubator for women.
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For Your Birth Nov 9
We so appreciate for supporting us ❤️
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ESSENCE Nov 9
These women are breaking barriers and bridging the gaps in the tech world.
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Harlem Biz Alliance Nov 9
Naima took charge of her destiny and launched —a company that offers services and consultations for a healthier journey. Ready to launch your own business? Apply to be a part of 's 1st incubator for women.
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Harlem Biz Alliance Nov 7
Clara designed her own destiny and started her own business —a boutique that brings authentic fashion to the marketplace. Ready to launch your own business? Apply to be a part of 's 1st incubator for women.
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We Build Black Nov 7
Use the code "WBB" for 50% off your ticket!
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Harlem Biz Alliance Nov 7
Join and Untapped Founders at in for The Build Up—an evening of collaboration amongst software and on November 15. RSVP here:
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Harlem Biz Alliance Nov 5
Start your own , design your own destiny. The Lillian Project—'s incubator designed for low-income Black mothers living in —is currently looking for aspiring to join our next cohort. Apply here:
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Jazz at Lincoln Center Nov 4
“The photo [...] showed great respect for jazz and jazz’s humanity,” Sonny Rollins said. “We thought, ‘Wow, we’re being respected.’ Suddenly, we were being seen the way we saw ourselves.”  reflects on the 60th anniversary of "A Great Day in Harlem."
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Tasha Nov 1
Repost from Black women are the fastest growing group of entrepreneurs in the nation and at the , we're keeping that trend going! If you’re an aspiring entrepreneur who is…
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Harlem Biz Alliance Nov 1
women are the fastest growing group of and at , we're keeping that trend going! We're looking for -based mothers who are eager to step into the realm of entrepreneurship for our next Lillian Project cohort. Apply here:
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Harlem Biz Alliance Oct 29
The Lillian Project—'s 1st incubator for Black women—is back and we're looking for 30 Badass, mothers living in Harlem who are eager to build the business of their dreams. Apply now:
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Harlem Biz Alliance Oct 29
The Lillian Project—'s 1st incubator for Black women—is back and we're looking for 30 Badass, mothers living in Harlem who are eager to build the business of their dreams. Apply now:
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Harlem Biz Alliance Oct 22
If you didn’t make our Black Economic Empowerment Breakfast last week, you missed out! , financial literacy expert and author of The Black Tax: The Cost of Being Black in America, broke down how the is historical, generational, and institutional.
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