7 Businesses on South Broad Street Join Propeller’s Latest Accelerator

Meet the businesses joining Propeller’s 2018 South Broad Business Initiative

28 August 2018

Propeller has announced the 7 businesses who will join their South Broad Business Initiative (SBBI), the organization’s newly launched accelerator program for entrepreneurs of color operating businesses on and along South Broad Street.

Following the program’s pilot last summer, this year’s South Broad Business Initiative will work with these promising ventures to grow their businesses through technical assistance, mentorship, and pro bono project work. These seven businesses are working to bring services, jobs, and more equitable economic development to the South Broad business corridor:

Propeller South Broad Business Initiative 2018

A Priority One Rental Car
James Washington Sr., James Washington Jr.

Chef D’z Café
Donald Smith

Emerald Service
Tyshaundra Davis

Nola Organic Spa
Priscilla Fontenberry

The Lipstiq Lady Cosmetics
Tara Simmons

Umoja Visions
Beverly Smith

We Bleed Ink
Trevon Sansom

The South Broad Business Initiative program is also available to businesses on a short-term project basis. Qualified businesses can apply by September 23rd for consideration to receive up to ten hours of free project work in marketing, finance, or branding.

Ventures mentioned in this post

A Priority One Rental Car

A Priority One Rental Car

James Washington Sr. & James Washington Jr.

Chef D’z Cafe on the Ave.

Chef D’z Cafe on the Ave.

Donald Smith

Emerald Service

Emerald Service

Ty Davis

Nola Organic Mani-Pedi Spa

Nola Organic Mani-Pedi Spa

Sonjauh V. Green

The Lipstiq Lady Cosmetics

The Lipstiq Lady Cosmetics

Tara Simmons

Umoja Visions

Umoja Visions

Beverly D. Smith

We Bleed Ink Tattoo Shop

We Bleed Ink Tattoo Shop

Trevone Sansom