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Fifth Third Bank announces $1.2 million effort to help Black, women entrepreneurs

bizjournals Monday, 14 September 2020
Cincinnati's largest homegrown bank is launching a new initiative to boost minority, female entrepreneurs. This week, Fifth Third is kickstarting a new $1.2 million program, dubbed "Innovation meets Main Street: Boosting Black Women-Owned Businesses," according to a release. The program will provide a mix of grants, technical assistance or capital infusions to businesses owned by minority women. The funding will be divided equally between seven markets, including Cincinnati. Other markets include:…
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