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Hennessy Grants $3M to African American, Latino and Asian American Small Businesses

Hennessy Offering $3 Million To Small Minority-Owned Businesses ...


In an effort to assist minority-owned small businesses with their financial burdens brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic, Hennessy has launched Unfinished Business, a recovery fund to aid in getting them the resources needed to get back on their feet.

According to a press release the following statement was made by Giles Woodyer, Senior Vice President of Hennessy in America.

“Built for community by community, Unfinished Business is an extension of our legacy supporting multicultural consumers and underscores our ‘Never stop. Never settle.’ ethos,” said Giles Woodyer, Senior Vice President, Hennessy US. “We want to do all that we can to help the small businesses survive the current crisis and pledge resources for the long term; as long as they have unfinished business to settle, so do we.”

Also below, President and CEO of Moet Hennessy North America, Seth Kaufman, discusses how his company is giving back to small businesses.





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SOURCE: AFRO TECH


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