SOIL joins EY’s inaugural cohort for Black and Latinx entrepreneurs
Recently announced program by EY for Black and Latinx entrepreneurs includes Kenyon Hall, Founder & CEO @ SOIL
The Entrepreneurs Access Network supports Black and Latinx entrepreneurs to further grow their businesses and reinvest in their communities
March 24, 2021 — Ernst & Young LLP (EY US) recently announced the inaugural cohort of the Entrepreneurs Access Network (EAN), a business accelerator and comprehensive, executive program designed to help Black- and Latinx-owned companies transcend barriers and scale their business.
The inaugural cohort includes select entrepreneurs across the US, including Kenyon Hall, CEO of SOIL based in Atlanta.
Black and Latinx business owners who applied for the program were evaluated based on certain criteria and placed within “Curated” and “OnDemand” categories. Black and Latinx entrepreneurs will receive access to resources, networks and capital connections through a planned curriculum and teaming of collaborating companies and organizations.
For more information, please visit ey.com/EAN.
SOIL is a startup headquartered in Atlanta, Ga that develops products for on & off-grid consumers with the focus of bringing power and connectivity everywhere.
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