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We aim to leverage our experience and compassion for empowering entrepreneurs to provide quality resources to small businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Every participating business owner will receive the resources and skills necessary to integrate the proposed intuitive system successfully.

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Kay Tita is a community resource organization dedicated to empowering the entrepreneurs in Seattle & Port-au-Prince through skill training, cultivating critical partnerships, raising capital, and facilitating impact investing opportunities

Seattle Small Business Development Program

Working with the City of Seattle Office of Economic Development to support the growth of Small black business throughout King County. Considering the difficult times we are in due to the impact COVID-19 has had on the members of our community. 

We believe that now more than ever, for small business owners to succeed, they need to use modern technology to reach their current and future customer base. Our comprehensive offer provides hands-on training, a highly intuitive point of sale system, the hardware, online presence, and ongoing quarterly support. 

The community members that we are eager to serve will need to know they have a committed team that wants to see them succeed. 


We aim to leverage our experience and compassion for empowering entrepreneurs to provide quality resources to small businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.  Every participating business owner will receive the resources and skills necessary to integrate the proposed intuitive system successfully. 


We know that the people we are serving will come from various backgrounds and need some mindful hand-holding to make it over the learning curve successfully. Our team is dedicated and looking forward to working with those differences and diversity that make our Seattle unique. We aim to provide training and support in the following languages: English, Spanish, Amharic, French, Mandarin, Cantonese, Somali, Vietnamese.



Small businesses that are interested in being a part of this program, please fill out this form, for more information. 
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