Photo: is ready to support the next generation of game-changing companies created by Black beauty entrepreneurs.
Today the brand opened up applications for their $500K grants initiative that will provide grants for $10k, $30k and $50K to roughly 15 Black-owned beauty businesses in the United States that sell cosmetics, skincare products or tools for the face, body and hair.
Glossier, one of the first companies to openly pledge to hold themselves accountable in combating racial injustice, is starting by focusing on creating an inclusive beauty industry.
In addition to receiving funding, businesses that are selected for the grant will also have the opportunity to connect with relevant team members at Glossier for one on one advisory support and monthly calls with domain experts to talk about supply chain, packaging, content strategy and more.
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