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12.2.2020

Urban Milwaukee

Brew City Match Picks Grant Winners

Third round of grants for Black and brown business owners, 84% owned by women.

11.12.2020

Milwaukee Business Journal 

Neighborhood Achievers: Pump Five delivers gas, One 5 Olive revitalizes the neighborhood

Neighborhood Achievers is a new series that will run each month highlighting companies owned by people of color, and that are making moves in their respective neighborhoods around Milwaukee.

11.11.2020

Milwaukee Business Journal 

‘Active lifestyle’ hotel redevelopment of near west side school receives grant

Grants from the Brew City Match program are helping Milwaukee investor Rick Wiegand advance his conversion of a former school on the near west side into an “active lifestyle hotel” and create event space in the nearby Tower Theatre.

11.02.2020

Milwaukee Magazine

Why Many Black-Owned Businesses Are on The Brink

COVID-19 is ravaging many businesses, but historical handicaps have put Black-owned firms closer to the edge.

10.08.2020

Milwaukee Business Journal

Neighborhood Achievers: Milwaukee book store focused on black literature and family-owned Western wear store make moves

Meet the diverse small business owners and entrepreneurs spurring economic growth in Milwaukee’s communities of color.

09.17.2020

Because Of Them We Can

MILWAUKEE AUTHOR BRINGS BLACK LITERATURE TO THE CITY VIA A BOOK BAR

A bar we can get behind!

09.15.2020

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Niche Book Bar brings Black literature to Milwaukee via bike while the owner plans a permanent shop

Cetonia Weston-Roy runs what might be the only Black-owned bookstore with a physical location in Wisconsin.

08.17.2020

Milwaukee Business Journal

Entrepreneurs of color need access to capital

 

07.22.2020

Urban Milwaukee

Developers Will Rehab Locust St. Building

Buyers making jump from homes to commercial buildings, will rehab vacant 1875 building

07.10.2020

Urban Milwaukee

Second Round of Black and Brown Business Owners Win Financial Backing

Brew City Match announces second cohort, begins accepting applications for next group.

05.29.2020

Urban Milwaukee

Brew City Match Providing Emergency Business Support

Program focused on small businesses in city’s historic commercial corridors

05.15.2020

WTMJ-News

COVID-19 reviving mom and pop grocery stores in Milwaukee neighborhood

During the COVID-19 health crisis, a consumer trend seems to be starting on the near west side of Milwaukee. People are getting their groceries from mom and pop supermarkets or convenience stores, and not as much at the big chain stores.

04.01.2020

BizTimes

Brew City Match to offer $1,200 grants, 0% interest loans to small businesses in certain parts of Milwaukee

Brew City Match will offer a total of $150,000 in loans and grants to help small businesses in certain parts of Milwaukee overcome closures and temporary revenue loss caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

03.31.2020

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Grants and zero-interest loans available to Milwaukee small businesses during the coronavirus pandemic

Brew City Match is offering grants and zero-interest loans to Milwaukee small businesses to help during the coronavirus pandemic.

02.13.2020

BizTimes

Brew City Match to accept second round of applications

Program to expand to Near West Side.

11.15.2019

Milwaukee Business Journal

Local groups stimulate economic corridor growth

Brew City Match seeks to revitalize economic corridors by rehabbing storefronts and promoting small business start-ups

10.10.2019

Urban Milwaukee

59 Winning Businesses in Brew City Match

92 percent are run by entrepreneurs of color, 80 percent owned by women.

10.08.2019

Press Release

Brew CityMatch Announces First Round of Winners

Investing in small business development and commercial property revitalization in Milwaukee neighborhoods.

09.17.2019

Press Release

Twelve Businesses Selected for Pop-Up MKE

Successful business support program launches second year in three vacant commercial storefronts.

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