Experian North America to provide visibility, entrepreneurial education, and funding to the BGV community
Black Girl Ventures (BGV) and Experian North America today announced their new partnership to increase awareness and support of Black and Brown woman-identifying founders with businesses related to credit, financial wellness and wealth building.
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Shelly Bell, Founder & CEO of Black Girl Ventures (Photo: Business Wire)
The partnership with BGV is part of Experian’s United for Financial Health initiative, which aims to empower and protect vulnerable consumers to improve their financial health through education and action. Experian North America will provide education, training and sponsored content to the BGV Community to assist them with knowledge and best practices related to financial literacy and wealth management for their businesses.
“We’re excited to launch this partnership with Experian North America to address the systemic inequities in access