The YouTube docuseries' fourth season features Mayor Brandon Scott and leaders from companies and entities including WhitePaws RunMitts, Impact Hub Baltimore and Harp Vision.
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By Sameer Rao
Domain registration giant GoDaddy highlighted its various relationships with Baltimore-based small business, social impact entities and entrepreneurs in its latest season of “Made in America,” its docuseries highlighting minority-owned small business owners across the country.
The fourth season’s first episode, which premiered Thursday, features commentary on Baltimore’s small business climate and opportunities from people such as Mayor Brandon Scott, WhitePaws RunMitts founder Susan Clayton and Sonavi Labs CEO Ellington West.
Impact Hub Baltimore, as explored in the episode, has an ongoing relationship with GoDaddy via its Empower by GoDaddy philanthropic program, which offers funds and entrepreneurial resources to nonprofits and community development financial institutions worldwide. Adam Palmer, GoDaddy’s director of creative production operations, told Technical.ly that the “Made in America” season was launching “as an extension” of that partnership.
GoDaddy is empowering everyday entrepreneurs around the world by providing all of the help and tools to succeed online. GoDaddy is the place people come to name their idea, build a professional website, attract customers, sell their products and services, and manage their work. Our mission is to give our customers the tools, insights and the people to transform their ideas and personal initiative into success. To learn more about the company, visit www.GoDaddy.com.
GoDaddy focuses on making opportunity more inclusive for all in the communities where we work, live and play across the globe. We rally behind inclusive entrepreneurship and other critical local needs that empower people to succeed through philanthropic and in-kind donations, volunteerism, strategic partnerships and advocacy.
Empower by GoDaddy is GoDaddy's global community and philanthropic program equipping entrepreneurs in underserved communities with training, tools and peer networks to accelerate their journeys. GoDaddy rallies behind entrepreneurs in underserved communities by building their confidence and skills to strengthen their small business’ digital presence. Entrepreneurs engage in customized learning experiences, work 1-1 with GoDaddy volunteer coaches and local mentors, and gain access to wrap-around services, in-kind products and networks boosting their small businesses success.
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