About Maximum Reach 4 Economic Equity
Maximum Reach 4 Economic Equity (MaxReach) is a 501c3 non-profit corporation. We fortify economic power and self-sufficiency in Black communities through the support of Black-owned businesses.
We have two primary programs:
ESSENTIAL BUSINESS SUCCESS SERVICES
Helps small businesses succeed by delivering holistic professional support services at discounted rates. We are not a referral service, we are a success services team.
EBSS Service Providers are all independent Black-owned B2B service businesses. We help ourselves by helping your business succeed.
All proceeds from EBSS subscriptions directly support local Black businesses.
Current Services include:
Business Development Services
Business & Office Assistants
Coaching Personal Development
Credit Repair Services
Estate and Legacy Planning
Executive Coaching and Training
Financial Plan Development
Networking and Opportunity Mining
Professional Writing & Editing
Social Media Marketing
Shared Office Space
Workshops & Training
THINKING LIKE A CEO (TLACEO)
Classroom and hands-on training help sole-proprietors and non-employer LLCs make the necessary shift from the self-employed mindset to the CEO mindset.
TLACEO is facilitated by local certified professionals, including a Balanced Scorecard champion, a certified Maxwell Method executive coach, a multi-business entrepreneur, a doctor of behavioral sciences, and a local community activist.
A full educational schedule helps fill in business management knowledge gaps and provides essential management skills and tools.
The hands-on section allows participants to exercise their new skills to grow their businesses.
Finally, they meet local non-profit and community-based organization leaders in order to gain a greater appreciation for community accountability.
We personally and collectively accept accountability for where we are and act to secure our freedom and our right to pursue happiness. We elevate ourselves above the mercy of the changing whims and priorities of others. We break the historical cycle of taking one step forward and two steps back.