About The Bow Collective

The Black Owner & Women’s Collective, also known as THE BOW COLLECTIVE,™ is an organization/sisterhood created to bring awareness, business, and capital to black owned and operated businesses by women with gross annual revenue of $1 million or more.

Founder

Nic Cober Johnson

Nic is an executive coach and business strategist who specializes in developing management, legal, and branding strategies for leaders in the business world. She is also honored to hold the following titles:

Principal Managing Partner of Cober Johnson & Romney

Member of the National Women’s Business Council

Recipient of the 2018 Enterprising Woman of the Year Award

Board Member for the Enterprising Women Foundation

Commentator for Fox 5 DC and WJLA

Guest Speaker at Harvard Business School

Guest Lecturer at Georgetown University

Emerging Leaders Instructor for the Small Business Administration

Contributor for American Express OPEN Forum and Black Enterprise

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Purpose of

The BOW Collective

The BOW COLLECTIVE™ wants to create a powerful sisterhood and social capital focused on bringing awareness to our businesses in a unified and strategic manner.  We want to create a platform for the media, the public/ private sector or lending institutions to look to find and do business with black women.

Join the Cause

The Bow Collective is a different kind of organization. We are members who work together to grow together. We want our Sponsors to see and support our effort by using their resources to do business with our members. Because when The BOW Collective grows, so do our communities. 

 

The Bow Collective is also creating a pipeline of further 1M+ business owners. 

 

Giving Financial resources to The BOW Collective ensures that black women’s businesses are properly capitalized to hire FTEs, expand to new locations and improve the communities within which they reside.

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