BLACK-OWNED BUSINESS EXCELLENCE is a collaboration of different organizations and individuals coming together to support, educate, inspire and elevate businesses that are owned by underserved business owners in Washington State.

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upcoming event

stimulate your marketing growth

(In-person and Zoom)

As the holiday season approaches, seize the opportunity to hear from marketing experts to stimulate your strategies. We have an amazing lineup of entrepreneurs who will share their tips, experiences, and enforce tactics that work to attract your next client.

The in-person capacity is limited to 60 people.

October 4, 2022

11:00 am to 1:00 pm


Tabor 100

7100 Fort Dent Way Suite 100

Tukwila, WA 98188

Lunch will be provided and sponsored by the WA Department of Commerce; Department of Enterprise Services.



Here's your chance to watch or re-watch our past webinars

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The Small Business Flex Fund is a new resource to help you grow your business.

Supported by the Washington State Department of Commerce, the Fund helps small businesses and nonprofits access the financial support they need to thrive.

Up to $10,000 to take your business to the next level. Submit Entries between June 30th and August 6th for your chance to win.


Learn more about funding options and resources on our minority-owned business page to help your business do more business.

Amazon’s Black Business Accelerator is dedicated to helping build sustainable equity and growth for Black entrepreneurs by enabling their success as sellers. Grow your business with access to financial support, strategic business guidance and mentorship, and marketing and promotional support.

The Coalition to Back Black Businesses is a multi-year initiative to support Black small business owners and the communities they serve as they recover from the COVID-19 pandemic and chart a path forward. Small businesses are critical parts of communities – the strength of these businesses is essential to the recovery of their communities.


Partner Organizations