As part of its series of Entrepreneur Bootcamp’s throughout the country, the NYSE has partnered with the Lonely Entrepreneur – a New York-based non-profit that empowers individuals with entrepreneurial skills and support – to empower all of the participants in its Chicago bootcamp series with one-year free access to The Lonely Entrepreneur Learning Community – a one-stop-shop platform that provides entrepreneurs with the knowledge, tools, and ongoing support they need.

“We’re thrilled to partner with The Lonely Entrepreneur to help advance the cause of diverse entrepreneurs.” a spokesperson from the NYSE said. “We are committed to championing diversity and supporting economic empowerment across our communities and this will be a much-needed resource for these diverse business owners and entrepreneurs.”

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About the Black Entrepreneur Initiative

Founded by a multi-racial coalition of community and business leaders, the Black Entrepreneur Initiative is a nationwide program dedicated to offering 100,000 Black entrepreneurs’ access to foundational business-skill-building tools and resources delivered through The Lonely Entrepreneur Learning Community. The Black Entrepreneur Initiative is provided through the generous donations of corporate, philanthropic and community partners and is administered through the Lonely Entrepreneur’s non-profit. For more, please visit

About The Lonely Entrepreneur 501(c)(3)

The Lonely Entrepreneur seeks to unlock the potential of 1 million entrepreneurs worldwide. The Lonely Entrepreneur empowers entrepreneurs and provides corporate, non-profit, social responsibility and community efforts to provide individuals the opportunity to acquire entrepreneurial skills and have a better chance of bringing their visions to life. For more, please visit