Hennessy Launches “Never Stop Never Settle” Project to Help Black Entrepreneurs

Hennessy launches the “Never Stop Never Settle Society,” a comprehensive growth accelerator co-created with the Marcus Graham Pr
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This week, Hennessy launches the “Never Stop Never Settle Society,” a comprehensive growth accelerator co-created with the Marcus Graham Project (MGP) to ensure a more equitable landscape for Black entrepreneurship.

The Never Stop Never Settle Society builds on Hennessy’s long-standing commitment to Black communities and provides Black entrepreneurs with high-impact funding, resources, and infrastructure to further their journeys and ultimately transform communities.

Hennessy will accept applications starting Tuesday, April 6th, awarding a number of member benefits to qualified applicants including:

· Lump sum funds in the amount of $50K will be administered to selected ventures with potential to reshape the world through social impact; additional information on eligibility and membership benefits please visit NeverStopNeverSettle.org

· Access to The Gathering Spot Connect, a Black-owned digital networking hub offering networking, education and business development resources will be administered to selected ventures

· Growth opportunities at the program’s physical footprint and state-of the-art office at Moët Hennessy’s headquarters in New York City will become available late 2021. The space will offer scheduled access to a content studio, along with a compelling slate of educational programming and leadership engagement for business mentorship.

To introduce the Never Stop Never Settle Society, Hennessy debuts “Dear Destiny” creative, produced by UNINTERRUPTED and narrated by legendary Grammy Award winning recording artist Nas, reciting a powerful letter to his daughter Destiny, that focuses on Black excellence referencing the vision, ambition, creation and evolution of Black Wall Street from Tulsa 1921 into the year 2021.

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