About Us

WEBB Squared

“Wealth through Entrepreneurship for Black and Brown Businesses”

We believe in an economy that works for everyone. – and we know that our communities are stronger when our economies are more inclusive.

That’s why WEBB Squared provides one-on-one coaching, entrepreneurial mindset work, networking. and other services to help close the racial wealth gap and advance economic inclusion among Black, Latinx and other communities of color that are underserved in North Carolina’s rural counties. 

Upcoming Workshops in Chatham County

Maybe you have a business idea, maybe you work a hobby or hustle,
or maybe you have formalized your business and are seeking growth….

Wherever you are at – this workshop is for you!!!

A 2- hour workshop for Black & Latino/a entrepreneurs in Chatham County

DATE: Saturday May 13

TIME: 10 am to 12 pm

LOCATION: Wren Library
500 N 2nd Ave
Siler City, NC 27344

DATE: Thursday, May 25

TIME: 6 to 8 pm

LOCATION: Goldston Library 9235 Pittsboro
Goldston NC 27252

DATE: Tuesday, May 30

TIME: 6 to 8 pm

LOCATION: Chatham Community Library
197 NC Highway 87 N. Pittsboro, NC 27312

Our Coaching Program

Our Coaching is EQUITY WORK!

Our mission is to help Black and Brown entrepreneurs make their business dreams come true. We provide individual coaching to increase the self-efficacy, leadership skills, and business mindset of our entrepreneurs, while aiding them in dissolving interior barriers inhibiting success.

Commonwealth Network for Economic Justice

At WEBB Squared, we are building an eco-system of diverse, multi-racial entrepreneurs, leaders, workers and stakeholders in the business community who are committed to learning about equity and economic justice.

Hybrid Monthly Meetings (In person/Zoom)

Spring: 3rd Thursdays: April, May, June
Fall: 3rd Thursdays: September, October, November

@79 Degrees West, 120 Mosaic Blvd

5:30 to 6 pm Refreshments and Networking
6 to 7:30 pm Program

What is a fair and just economic system?

How do we build equity in our local and state economies?

How can we build a fair and just economy for all people?

What role does supporting Black and Brown businesses play in creating a just economy?

Next Meeting: Thursday, June 15
(5:30 pm)