Fellowship Fights for Underrepresented Entrepreneurs Making a Difference in Detroit

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Tamika Mayes is making big business moves.

Mayes, who makes bras designed to promote breast health, feels confident pitching herself to major retailers and has her first product available to consumers with another coming on its heels.

She attributes her confidence and much of her entrepreneurial skill set to the funding and training she received in BasBlue’s Zero-To-One Fellowship.

“For me, that funding was able to help me launch my next product,” Mayes said. “It also allowed me to focus on my business and focus on my differentiators. I was able to really define what separates my bras from others and what impact they have on women.”

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