Black entrepreneurs are invited to sign up for the final live BUILD workshop in Halifax, which is titled Pitching Your Business to Investors.

Occurring next Wednesday, May 31, the workshop is being offered by Tribe Network, a group that offers support and training to BIPOC entrepreneurs. It will feature guest Amoye Henry, a consultant at AH Consulting in London, U.K.

Henry will share insights on different types of pitches, the components of a pitch and pitch deck, how to ask for capital, and how to tell your business's story in a compelling way.

The BUILD program is part of the Black Start-Up Project, which provides Black entrepreneurs and business owners in Atlantic Canada with access to services and opportunities in the entrepreneurship and innovation ecosystem.

Register to attend here.