Madison365, the nonprofit online news magazine for and by Madison’s communities of color, and 100State today announced a partnership that will allow Madison365 access to 100State’s Mifflin Street coworking space and network of members, while supporting and encouraging more and deeper coverage of Madison’s entrepreneurs and small business startups.
“I love the way Madison365 highlights people of color doing great things and working towards making Madison a better place for everyone,” said 100State director Gregory St. Fort. “Madison365 is perfectly suited for people of color who are entrepreneurs and small business owners, who not only deserve your attention, but also deserve your support. We’re glad to welcome Madison365 as members of the 100State community. Let’s keep building!”
“100State is a hub of entrepreneurial activity, and we’re excited to make it our headquarters as well,” said Madison365 CEO and publisher Henry Sanders. “I look forward to spending time around other innovators and feeding off their energy and ideas, and telling their stories. Madison’s communities of color are full of entrepreneurs, and not enough people know about it. This partnership will help us amplify the voices of those creative and energetic people.”