Since 1933, the ABL has served the business community as a trustworthy and credible source of information and resources. Financial investments support energy-efficient office spaces, meeting rooms, and workstations for small businesses and entrepreneurs as well as spaces for ABL workshops, and seminars.
Collaboration allows businesses to share resources and break into new markets. ABL provides exciting and thought-provoking content for business owners and professionals as they engage and network during signature events designed to educate, inform, and raise awareness. Financial investments help sustain ABL Signature Events including the Congress On The-State of Black Business, CEO Awards Luncheon, Men Of Influence Reception and Induction Ceremony, Women of Vision Breakfast & Super Tuesday Conference, and Annual Meeting.
Financial investments support programs for businesses and entrepreneurs as provided by the ABL such as: Take Your Business To The Next Level, Business Enrichment Seminars Series, Student Business Shadow Program, ABL Know Before You Grow: Financial Literacy Initiative, The Bridge Program, Solopreneur Development Initiative and more.
Atlanta is home to a large number of extremely successful African Americans. These podcasts is that Atlanta has been home to this caliber of Black business talent – for more than 100 years. Financial investments support life stories articulated by influential Black business leaders and strengthen Black business history through audio narrative storytelling. Features include Thomas Dortch Jr., Dave and Karla Moody, Monica Person, Justice Leah Ward Sears, Peabro Bryson, Michael and Jerome Russell, Frank Ski, and many more.