PARTNERS

Partners

Black Cannabis Week

Black Cannabis Week is a collective web of educational and informational experiences to empower Black communities to move toward social and political change. They aim to educate , destigmatize and advance the efforts of social justice.

Green Enterprise has partnered with Black Cannabis Week to produce the on-campus experience including the career expo and town hall events. BCW has deep experience within collegiate cannabis event production, with annual events at major universities such as Temple and The University of the Sciences.

WOC

Women of Color Conversations started as a way for Fayetteville Road agency to continue to listen to women of color and provide women of color with valuable resources. The conversations take place in various cities and topics focus on a variety of subjects including, consumer spending, legislation, policy, opportunities, jobs training, up-skilling and so much more.

By listening to experts in various fields we learn how to better serve our community and create better opportunities and solutions.

Black Enterprise Magazine

Since the 1970s, its flagship product Black Enterprise Magazine has covered African-American endeavors with a readership of 3.7 million. Published in both print and digital, they also publish an annual listing of the largest African-American companies in the country, "B.E. 100s", first compiled and published in 1970.

Black Enterprise is the premier business, leadership, and finance source for African-American entrepreneurs, professionals, and corporate executives.

Digital Venture Partners

DVP is a black-owned venture company that has content and brand partnerships with multiple mainstream media platforms. DVP curates projects and content that spotlights stories of minority entrepreneurship and culture.  The company and its founders have been featured in FORTUNE, The Associated Press, The Wall Street Journal, and more.
 
DVP works in partnership with Black Enterprise to produce, manage, and expand the Green Enterprise series as an authority in black cannabis media.

Black Enterprise is the premier business, leadership, and finance source for African-American entrepreneurs, professionals, and corporate executives.