USBLN Certified DOBE Finalist in Wells Fargo Start Up Accelerator
Advocations, LLC a USBLN certified Disability-Owned Business Enterprise (DOBE) is a finalist in Wells Fargo’s Start Up Accelerator! The Wells Fargo Startup Accelerator is a hands-on program designed to advance startups that create solutions for enterprise customers – inside and outside the financial industry. The selected winner is funded up to $500,000, on their business idea. The multi-step process starts with an application, and a few rounds of pitches directly with personnel at Wells Fargo. If a company is chosen, they collaborate closely with Wells Fargo, are involved in an intensive six-month program and are given access to leverage Wells Fargo’s network. Learn more about this program here: https://accelerator.wellsfargo.com. Learn more about Advocations, LLC here: http://www.advocations.org
DOBE Spotlight Series: Betta Beasley
Prior to founding 2rbConsulting, Betta Beasley, the company’s CEO, led an interesting professional life.
DOBE Spotlight Series: Artura Taylor
Artura credits USBLN certification and the USBLN Conference for building the type of relationships that have helped her grow as a business owner and a leader. “After attending the USBLN conference last year, I’ve been able to secure calls with companies I would never have been placed in front of.”
USBLN And VIB Network Announce Partnership Agreement to Benefit Veteran Business Owners
The USBLN and the Veterans in Business (VIB) Network are proud and excited to announce a new partnership agreement that will enhance the business opportunities and professional development of veteran-disability owned businesses and service-disability veteran owned businesses.
DOBE Spotlight Series: iDisability™
iDisability™ is an enterprise-wide eLearning solution. It was developed in a partnership between Joyce Bender and Andrew Houghton, both USBLN Certified DOBEs, and DOBE Host Committee Members.
DOBE Spotlight Series: Mona Lisa Faris
Mona Lisa Faris, the publisher of DiversityComm, originally planned to be a professor of intracultural communication and public speaking when she realized she needed to make an important decision: start a teaching fellowship, or take an entrepreneurial path and begin publishing a newsletter on diversity.