Ms. Sisi The Real Infopreneur – Black Businesses Face Discrimination In Banking And Need Funding Sources

In this episode of Ms. Sisi The Real Infopreneur, Ms. Sisi speaks with Dr. David Doriscar, the founder and CEO of the Doriscar Capital Group. It should not be that way but racism and discrimination exist for Black-owned businesses and they face these financing hurdles other businesses largely avoid when attempting to get help through traditional banks. (audio clip from Black Business Owners Face An Uphill Battle Securing Bank Loans).

Dr. David Doriscar is the founder and CEO of the Doriscar Capital Group, an organization that helps businesses nationwide get funding – from micro-loans to capital of up to $100 million dollars. An accomplished author, as well as a financial authority, he has recently released a new book entitled 7 Things To Know About Getting Money For Your Business.

With the current challenges that the Black community is facing due to the coronavirus, Dr. Doriscar is hoping to do his part to help – both through the insight in his book, and through his work in helping Black-owned (and other small businesses) get the investment capital they need. He specializes in both alternative funding and SBA loans.

“This book will share some insights for both people who are currently in need of getting money for their business as well as people that are in a situation where they currently do not feel like they need any money but would like to be armed with the knowledge that may be useful if they ever did need to consider financing,” comments the clearly passionate Dr. Doriscar. “This book will arm the reader (Business owner, or aspiring Business owner) with the perspective that most funders have, which will allow the Business principal to better anticipate and position themselves in a way that can increase their chances for receiving funding.”

7 Things To Know About Getting Money For Your Business is available on in Kindle, paperback, and hardcover editions.

Dr. Doriscar earned his Bachelor’s & MBA from Nova Southeastern University, as well as his Doctorate in Leadership & Management from St. Thomas University. He hopes his new book will serve to bridge the gap between Black investors and Black businesses when it comes to funding needs – large or small.

For more information about the book, visit
For funding inquiries, visit


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