Black Girl Ventures x TIEM Partnership

Published in TIEM News and Events on Feb 1, 2021


Passionate about supporting Black/Brown women entrepreneurs, Black Girl Ventures created a space where dreams have a chance to become a reality. Modeled after the historic African-American “Rent Party”, BGV holds a crowdfunded pitch competition program where female Black/Brown identifying individuals have 3 minutes to pitch their ideas in front of the Champions Panel.

Black Girl Ventures spreads the belief that we should have a world where ALL can succeed.



Let's shine a spotlight on greatness!

Follow along on Instagram as we hand our platform off to Black athletes and instructors for a chance to sweat together live! We'll be updating this space all month long, so be sure to check back.

 

 

THIS WEEK: Workout with Kemi & Afrobeat Fit

 

Thursday 2/4@ 5pm EST

TIEM'sIG LIVE

Join us for an upbeat dance cardio sweat session, where the music and movement derive from the late and great artists and influencers of Africa.

 



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