SUPPORTING ENTREPRENEURS WITH
The Family Touch
Bayath Duron LLC is an Abaray Yasharaalay (Hebrew Israelite)/Foundational Black-owned family business. Our goal is to support the development of social ventures and nonprofits that create positive impacts on people from the African Diaspora (Hebrew Israelite, Foundational Black, African, Moors), Arabs, North and South American Indigenous (Native Americans and the Latino/Hispanic American), and Pacific Islander heritages.
Our current focus is on the 100 Club and helping entrepreneurs launch 100 new ventures or expanding their current ventures. Priority will be given to ventures that increase resources to communities furthest from socioeconomic justice in the United States and Africa-Arabia.
“Not only does entrepreneurship remove educational barriers, it also leads to higher wages. When you control for education, ability, parental income, and more, entrepreneurs’ incomes are higher than those of people working traditional jobs. ”
At Bayath Duron LLC we provide 4+ ways for entrepreneurs, nonprofit leaders, and the greater community to engage with us. Regardless to your status or where you are in the process — we have you covered.
Our nonprofit services and products help community leaders either startup their new social venture, grow their current offerings, or manage some of their current operations to help improve the experience of their community.
Our business offerings help innovators & entrepreneurs gain access to consulting and advisement, startup their new venture, grow their business, or manage operations to improve the experience of their community members.
Our school services and products provide public schools, private schools, charter schools, and school districts with consulting and advisory. It creates opportunities for increased outcomes for programs and operations.
Currently, we don’t have direct services for individuals. However, we do compile a list of multicultural resources and businesses that serve individuals to help you in reaching your self-defined comfortable life.
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