The Hub of Minority Entrepreneurship

iNvictus Forward Outreach is a non-profit organization that began providing business consulting and mentorship to ethnic minorities in 2010.

Through our belief and research we understand that entrepreneurs play a vital role in the economic development and social impact of our communities and subsequently our nation. They are key contributors to innovation, job growth, and investing in community-based initiatives. Entrepreneurship is also the most plausible vehicle toward upward mobility within one generation and creating generational wealth.

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We were founded to address the inequities faced by minorities

Our goal is huge, but simple; to drastically change the landscape of minority-owned businesses on a national level.

As the non-profit arm of the iNvictus brand, our mission is to provide aid, mentoring, access to funding and support for minority owned businesses and entrepreneurs. In addition to this, iNvictus Forward Outreach provides education, consulting, and business structure development to communities with specific initiatives and outreach programs.

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iNvictus EMERGE

Mentor-based minority entrepreneurship curriculum

Almost seven years and over 500 minority-led businesses later, we continue to expand our network through strategic partnerships we cultivate to aid in our efforts to continue our impact and affect growth and sustainability amongst minority-owned firms and throughout the entrepreneurial ecosystem.

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Programs that target youth, adolescents and young entrepreneurs!


A KIDPRENEUR CURRICULUM to expose children (ages 9-12) to the foundational concepts of entrepreneurship.


My Brother’s Keeper, a mentor-based social entrepreneurship club, for male students in grades 6-8 to learn entrepreneurship.


A entrepreneural curriculum for students in grades 9-12 that allows high school them to create business opportunities aligned with educational standards.


Partnerships with Duke University and North Carolina Central University allows us to exposes students to high-growth businesses and entrepreneurship.



Forward Cities was founded in 2014 by Denise M. Byrne and Christopher Gergen

The belief is that the future of our economy and communities are dependent on innovation


Identifying the most effective ways for supporting and developing leaders in low income neighborhoods

Helping cities develop and implement strategies to increase inclusive innovation in their communities.

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