Santander’s Cultivate Small Business Information Session

Applications are now open for Cohort 7 of Santander Bank’s Cultivate Small Business program for any small food businesses located in MA, RI, and NY.

Applications are due January 27th, 2023. Sign-up for Cohort 7

Santander’s Cultivate Small Business was created to help early-stage entrepreneurs (focused on women, people of color, and immigrants) build food businesses.

The 12-week (fully virtual) program is completely FREE to food entrepreneurs and provides you with industry-specific education, networks, and mentoring, along with the opportunity to apply for capital grants for your business. It’s like a mini MBA for food businesses. The program is fully funded by Santander Bank. For Cohort 7, the program is virtual and open to any small food businesses in MA, RI, and NY.

During this information session, we’ll:

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  • Learn about the program structure and timing
  • Hear from program alumni about their experience
  • Share details about the qualifications and application process
  • Question and Answer

More information on the program and how to apply can be found here.

Program Partners: Santander BankBabson CollegeICICCommonWealth KitchenColumbia-Harlem Small Business Development Center, and Hope and Main

After you register for this info session, the Zoom link is included in the registration confirmation email and also listed on the Online Event Page.

Sign-up for Cohort 7

The organizer of Santander’s Cultivate Small Business Information Session

CommonWealth Kitchen is Boston’s only nonprofit food business incubator and food manufacturing social enterprise. We help aspiring entrepreneurs start and build great food companies, with a  focus on people impacted by racial, social, and economic inequality. Currently, 55+ food companies call CommonWealth Kitchen home, including food trucks, caterers, bakers, and packaged food and drink companies.

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