Idea 2 Inception (i2I) Application
The i2I Program's objective is to help Black women navigate the path to entrepreneurship with a focus of empowering, educating and equipping women to become business owners and leaders in local and global communities.
If you are interested in being considered for this program, please complete this application in its entirety.
Completing this form is the initial step of the applicant selection process; however, it does not guarantee that every applicant will be selected for this program.
First and Last Name
How did you hear about this program?
Social Media Ad
Some people want a side hustle, while others want to be a business owner. What are you looking for and why?
This program is to help Black women take their business ideas to inception. If you do have your business idea or concept, tell us about it. *Your idea will not be shared with anyone outside of BWWS*
Going into business for yourself requires a financial commitment. What are your initial plans to financially support your business?
For grant purposes, BWWS collects income data of i2I participants. What is your current income level? *Be prepared to provide proof of income*
Less than $20,000 per year
Between $20,001 and $38,000 per year
Between $38,001 and $48,000 per year
Between $48,001 and $58,000 per year
More than $58,0001 per year
Being a business owner requires proper planning. What are your business goals or 5-year plan?
The key areas of the i2I Program that interest me are: Choose all that apply.
Discover Your Talents/Potential/Vision
Non Profit Business Idea
For Profit Business Idea
Business/Entity Structure [LLC, S-Corporation, Sole Proprietorship, Partnership, ect.]
Business Legal and Tax Information
Startup Business Credit and Funding
Digital Marketing and Branding
I agree to completing the i2I Program in its entirety.
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