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Have You Applied For FREE Small Business Resources Yet?

What are you waiting for?

Over 8,000 Small Businesses and Counting

Did you know that Comcast RISE has helped over 8,000 small businesses across the U.S. with marketing, media, or technology upgrades FOR FREE?

You could be next!

Are you a POC or woman-owned business?

If the answer is yes, then you can apply to receive any of the following FREE services from Comcast RISE!

  • Consulting Services
  • Media Services
  • Creative Production Services
  • Technology Upgrades – 1 year free Comcast service + laptops/computers/ipads
  • $10K monetary grant + 12 months of business consultation

Join the 8,000+ small businesses across the U.S. who have received marketing, media, or technology upgrades FOR FREE!!!

Application Step-By-Step Walk Through

Last month we hosted a Clubhouse chat as well as a step-by-step walk-through of the application process on the RIFF platform. Check out the replay to see just how easy it is to apply.

Step-By-Step Walk Through of Comcast RISE Application on RIFF

This is opportunity knocking gente.

It’s up to you to take action.

About Comcast RISE

Comcast RISE is a multi-year, multi-faceted initiative launched in October 2020 to help strengthen small businesses hard hit by COVID-19. Qualifying businesses can apply to receive consulting, media and creative production services from Effectv, the advertising sales division of Comcast Cable, or technology upgrades from Comcast Business. Comcast RISE is now accepting applications from people of color-owned or women-owned, small businesses. Learn more and apply at www.ComcastRISE.com.

This post was sponsored by Comcast RISE as part of an Influencer Activation and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.

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9 Responses

  1. This looks great. I would love to take advantage of their free consulting services. AS a Latina, I think I fit the bill. This opportunity if for so many people!

  2. My husband and I own our business together, so we don’t qualify for these. But my mom owns her own business so I am going to pass these resources along to her!

  3. Wow! Such an amazing company that initiates in helping small businesses that really hit hard by the pandemic that the world has gone through. Hope many will follow these awesome good deeds to help one another get back to what they used to. Loved this kind of post!

  4. This is a fantastic resource for anyone, whether they’re starting out or they’ve been in the game for a while. I love it!

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