The struggle to march on past the point of optimal wellbeing into the territory of burnout is a common phenomenon experienced by historically excluded people. By inclusively designing mentorship spaces, we can alleviate some of the stressors Black entrepreneurs face.
La semaine dernière, des entrepreneurs noirs et des membres de communauté au Canada atlantique se sont joints à nous pour encourager les 15 meilleurs presentations entrepreneuriales à la Journée AYA.
Last week, Black entrepreneurs and supporters from across Atlantic Canada joined us to cheer on the top 15 pitch participants in our AYA Day Pitch Challenge.
Throughout April and May, the Tribe team has been on the road for the Black Start-Up Project Atlantic Roadshow. We’ve been visiting Black entrepreneurs to get their feedback on what challenges they’ve experienced in business and what opportunities they would like to see in this space.
Tribe Network’s Black Start-Up Project, a unique program to provide Black entrepreneurs and business owners in Atlantic Canada with access to services and opportunities in the entrepreneurship and innovation ecosystem to help START, BUILD and ACCELERATE their business.
HALIFAX, Nova Scotia (November 25, 2021) – Today, Tribe Network and Emera Inc. launched the Tribe IDEA (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity & Access) Fellowship presented by