RICE is headed to Colombia!

As we continue to celebrate National Black Business Month, we are extremely excited to share that we be embarking on our first trade mission trip with 20 Black entrepreneurs to Cali, Colombia!

Cali, a city steeped in history and culture, mimics Atlanta, GA in more ways than one! It’s a place where the spirit of resilience and innovation resonates deeply, mirroring the tenacity. This remarkable city, nestled in the heart of South America, boasts a rich tapestry of opportunities for collaboration and growth, and aligned with our mission to provide, access, opportunity, and (I can’t remember right now.)

The trade mission is more than just a journey; it’s a chance for us to forge connections that transcend borders, weaving together a tapestry of partnerships that hold the power to uplift and empower.

Cali’s diverse economic landscape offers a fertile ground for our ventures to thrive. By engaging with local businesses, entrepreneurs, and officials, we’re not only sowing the seeds of commerce but also nurturing a future where collaboration knows no bounds.

Distinguished from other trade missions, this venture is groundbreaking, led by a collective vision to empower and uplift. For the first time, we’re forging a path solely focused on propelling Black entrepreneurs forward globally. The Mayor’s office and local officials have paved the way, but this mission carries a unique purpose, demonstrating our unwavering commitment to fostering growth.

Supported by an exceptional network of partners, we’ve paved the way for these remarkable entrepreneurs, ensuring they can embark on this journey with confidence. Every aspect has been meticulously planned, from covering costs to providing unwavering support, all geared towards ensuring the triumph of this mission.

Stay tuned as we embark on this remarkable adventure and unveil the countless opportunities that Cali, Colombia, has in store!

Read more on this AJC news clip: https://www.ajc.com/news/business/black-entrepreneurs-from-atlanta-headed-to-colombia-on-a-trade-mission/GQQJ52RL4VBQDMWV2JEBJWAEAA/