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HBCUentrepreneurs.com (HBCUE) comprises of Professionals, Corporations, and Syndicates that are HBCU students, faculty, HBCU supporters and alumni. We invest uniformly in free market capitalism to help change HBCU global institutions & communities in a positive, socially responsible, profitable manner. The future of our HBCUs and its students, faculty, and alumni in the United States, the Caribbean, Africa, and the world depends on alumni creating systems that foster entrepreneurship and investing in our communities. HBCUE is not publicly traded, not a not-for profit organization dependent on major corporate sponsors, advertising dollars on a website, charitable donors or major corporate or government grants to operate. We earn profit through deal flow and investing the capital from businesses we operate right back into our local communities. Therefore we have complete autonomy in our decision making as it relates to our investment strategy. Our investment strategy is simple: We invest in systems & syndicates that invest in our HBCUE global community socially and responsibly. 100% of revenues earned from HBCUE syndicate deals is reinvested into our capital fund for the growth of HBCUE global community corporations. Corporations that are owned and operated by HBCUE alumni must be protected, nurtured, and supported financially & politically by the HBCUE community in the United States, the Caribbean, Africa, and abroad. Community resources that depend on government assistance or charitable sponsorship cannot create innovation and provide the necessary economic opportunities and leadership that local communities need. Government assisted organizations and charitable sponsored organizations are merely a representative of shareholders and corporate interests. Our goal at HBCUE is to become the corporate and shareholder interests for our HBCUE global communities. For a marketplace to be successful, it has to be profitable. To be profitable there has to be unregulated access to financial and technology capital. This access attracts investors and entrepreneurs willing to take the risk to develop a community and establish systems to produce opportunities for higher education to families in that community. These families then have university graduates that work with these HBCUE community corporations that provided the opportunity for them to enjoy a better life free of ignorance that leads to poverty. In our opinion- poverty just like wealth is a state of consciousness. Research shows if one family member attends a university and earns a degree, there is a 50% chance that other family members will attend a university. With one family at a time, HBCUE is breaking the cycle of poverty in the global HBCU community and implementing Internet based financial systems that create generational wealth vehicles for HBCUE students, faculty, and alumni.
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