Member Support Services


Our Advisory personally assists you to find and navigate the BIPOC Foundation programs that are the right fit for you, provides free on-call consultations for questions and challenges you are facing in your business today, and facilitates Membership options.



Among our flagship accelerator, we designed a suite of complementary programs you may access in tandem to receive every aspect of ongoing support needed to advance your business. With data-driven methodology, our Advisory tracks your progress before, during and after our programs to ensure your long-term success as a BIPOC Foundation Community Member.


Accelerate your business end-to-end and access funding tracks, sponsored resources, and ecosystem partner introductions.

L.I.F.T. Business Planning

Form a Business Model Canvas and write your business plan step-by-step with our facilitators, and come away with a standard document for financing and other purposes.

Finance Fridays

Set up your pricing, forecasting, market potential and fundraising through our demos and toolkits every Friday evening at 6:30pm MST.


Develop and deliver on SMART Goals for your business by meeting 1-2-1 with a curated subject matter expert regularly.

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Learning Series

Close your skill gaps by interacting with industry leaders presenting on a variety of topics periodically on Monday evenings at 6:30pm MST!

The Table

Exchange peer-to-peer feedback with fellow founders by sharing your challenges in our new roundtable format for small groups.

We are looking for Volunteers!

BIPOC need your help to make us better please click down below to know more about our volunteering positions

Finance Fridays

Come and join us on December 9th, 16th and 23rd. Click on the link below for more info.

Connecting with Black-led innovation across Canada

BIPOC Foundation presents the Building Bridges event in Winnipeg, MB. Featuring a fireside chat with keynote speakers, this is an event for authentic conversations about unlocking pathways for Western Canadian business ecosystems and the future of Black-led start-ups in economic development as part of the fastest-growing population in the region.