Ethic, A Wealth Bank Partners with Small Business Strong Through Launch of Personalized Financial Education Tool
Boston-based financial institution supports new, local non-profit organization with mission to help women and minority small business owners mitigate COVID-19 economic landscape.
Ethic, A Wealth Bank announced its partnership with Small Business Strong to respond to the urgent needs of minority and women small business owners who are navigating the economic impact of COVID-19. Ethic, A Wealth Bank has created a new, mobile-first financial education resource to help the membership of Small Business Strong and other small business owners plan and problem solve. This Learning Center was created through Ethic, A Wealth Bank’s relationship with the leader in financial wellness technology solutions, EVERFI, Inc. The Ethic, A Wealth Bank Learning Center contains a robust library of interactive educational modules covering the following topics and more:
- Banking solutions
- Lending opportunities
- Preparing to finance education
Users also can focus on learning modules that address investing, entrepreneurship, and small business ownership topics.
“It is critically important that we find ways to help each other during these challenging times,” said Marc A. White, Jr., President and CEO of Ethic, A Wealth Bank. “Small business owners in the Commonwealth have been devastated by COVID-19, and the path to a more stable and financially solvent future remains unclear for so many. We believe everyone deserves access to programming and resources that can help improve their financial literacy skills.”
The Ethic, A Wealth Bank Learning Center is designed to allow users to explore the content through customized playlists that suit their interests and needs. The modules are easily accessible on a smartphone. Small Business Strong will begin sharing the Learning Center within its community this month via its website, e-content and social media. In 2021, Ethic, A Wealth Bank and Small Business Strong will grow their partnership through virtual advisory sessions.