Black Wall Street Business Center in Tulsa opens

THE CITY OF TULSA NOW DOING MORE TO HELP SUPPORT BLACK ENTREPRENEUR SO THEY CAN NOW HAVE A NEW PLACE TO AND GROW THEIR BUSINESSES. IT’S A GOAL OF THE NEW BLACK WALL STREET BUSINESS CENTER. IT COMES COMPLETE WITH MODERN SPACES OFFICES, A REST AREA WITH FREE COFFEE AND […]

THE CITY OF TULSA NOW DOING MORE TO HELP SUPPORT BLACK ENTREPRENEUR SO THEY CAN NOW HAVE A NEW PLACE TO AND GROW THEIR BUSINESSES. IT’S A GOAL OF THE NEW BLACK WALL STREET BUSINESS CENTER. IT COMES COMPLETE WITH MODERN SPACES OFFICES, A REST AREA WITH FREE COFFEE AND FOOD. IT’S ALL MADE POSSIBLE BY THE BLACK WALL STREET CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, AS WELL AS FORMER PRESIDENT SHERRY GAMBLE SMITH, WHO TRAGICALLY DIED EARLIER THIS YEAR. EVERY ASPECT OF THIS PLACE IS SHERRI’S VISION, AND HER GOAL WAS TO MAKE SURE THAT THESE BLACK OWNED AND INDIGENOUS BUSINESSES AND PEOPLE OF COLOR THAT THEY HAVE WHAT THEY NEED, FEEL LIKE THEIR PEOPLE ARE FOCUSED ON THEM IN THEIR DEVELOPMENT. AND THAT NEW CENTER

Business center to help Black entrepreneurs in Tulsa opens

The new center is located in the Spirit Bank Building just south of downtown Tulsa.

Tulsa is helping support Black entrepreneurs so they can have a place to network and grow their businesses.The Black Wall Street Business Center features modern co-working spaces, offices, conference rooms and a rest area with free coffee and food. The center was made possible by the Black Well Street Chamber of Commerce and former Chamber President Sherry Gamble Smith, who was murdered in July.”Every aspect of this place is Sherry’s vision,” Executive Director Lindsey Corbitt said. “Her goal was to make sure that the Black-owned businesses, people of color, that they have what they need to feel like people are focused on them and their development.”The new center is located in the Spirit Bank Building just south of downtown Tulsa.

Tulsa is helping support Black entrepreneurs so they can have a place to network and grow their businesses.

The Black Wall Street Business Center features modern co-working spaces, offices, conference rooms and a rest area with free coffee and food. The center was made possible by the Black Well Street Chamber of Commerce and former Chamber President Sherry Gamble Smith, who was murdered in July.

“Every aspect of this place is Sherry’s vision,” Executive Director Lindsey Corbitt said. “Her goal was to make sure that the Black-owned businesses, people of color, that they have what they need to feel like people are focused on them and their development.”

The new center is located in the Spirit Bank Building just south of downtown Tulsa.

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