Creative Juice announces their Black Creator Incubator, designed to uplift Black creator voices and provide education to help them grow.
To kick off Black History Month, Creative Juice is committing $25,000 as well as financial education to help Black creators scale their business. The program will select five Black creators to receive funds and participate in educational sessions surrounding creativity and finance. They partnered with Creators Jade Beason and Sofi Ibrahim to amplify this initiative.
This program strives to achieve further awareness surrounding the struggles many Black creators face notably the difference in pay compared to white creators and generally having to work harder than white counterparts to attract certain opportunities. YouTuber Lorissa Nelson is part of the Juice Funds Reserve program, which accounts for more than 50% of creators from underrepresented communities. “Juice Funds allowed me to upgrade my equipment and invest in mentorship to take my brand to the next level. My revenue has increased 14% and my RPM 34% since Juice.”
“Through our Black Creator Incubator, we will continue to invest in programs that will empower Black creators and arm them with the right financial tools to help them scale,” Destini Gibbs, Creator Success Lead at Creative Juice.
Black creators can head here to apply.
🚨Hurry! Applications close February 17th🚨