25 06, 2022

Crain’s Executive Profile: Charisse Conanan Johnson

By Next Street|2022-06-25T17:38:22+00:00Jun25,2022|NXST In The News|Comments Off on Crain’s Executive Profile: Charisse Conanan Johnson

She's written a 'Lean In' for our times Next Street Managing Partner Charisse Conanan Johnson spoke with Crain's Chicago about her new book and the barriers women of color face. [...]

9 02, 2022

How Verizon Is Helping Small Businesses Prepare For A Digital Future

By Next Street|2022-06-25T17:53:51+00:00Feb09,2022|NXST In The News|Comments Off on How Verizon Is Helping Small Businesses Prepare For A Digital Future

For many small businesses, especially those owned by women and people of color, navigating the existing COVID economy presents new opportunities and challenges — particularly when it comes to the [...]

21 12, 2021

Manchin Said No to Build Back Better. How That’ll Ripple Through SBA-Backed Lending

By Next Street|2022-06-25T18:05:00+00:00Dec21,2021|NXST In The News|Comments Off on Manchin Said No to Build Back Better. How That’ll Ripple Through SBA-Backed Lending

Michael Roth recently  spoke with Inc. to share why he thinks the SBA should have a direct lending option. “To understand why this initiative was potentially necessary for small businesses, [...]

24 09, 2021

The Atlantic Festival: Equity In Personal Finance

By Next Street|2022-06-25T18:08:03+00:00Sep24,2021|NXST In The News|Comments Off on The Atlantic Festival: Equity In Personal Finance

Next Street’s Charisse Conanan Johnson joined leaders from the National Endowment for Financial Education, Equitable, RAND Corporation, and The Rockefeller Foundation to discuss closing the racial wealth gap: "If [...]

20 07, 2021

Cincinnati 513 Small Business Assist

By Next Street|2022-06-25T18:09:36+00:00Jul20,2021|NXST In The News|Comments Off on Cincinnati 513 Small Business Assist

Next Street recently helped launch 513 Small Business Assist in Cincinnati / Hamilton County, Ohio. The program is designed to remove barriers that small business owners face when navigating recovery assistance programs. [...]

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