Community Partnerships


BizHack has participated in business accelerator programs funded by Goldman Sachs, the Knight Foundation, and Entrepreneur’s Organization. It has partnered with over a dozen university programs, including StartUP FIU, The Idea Center at Miami Dade College, and the Innovation Hub at Broward College.
It was awarded Top Global Campaign in 2020 by the American Marketing
Association was a finalist for Cause Marketer of the Year by Ragan’s PR Daily, and was recognized as a Top Startup in 2019 in the Miami Herald’s Startup Challenge.

Miami Dade County Partnership
Community Partnership

Miami-Dade County Partnership


BizHack has partnered with the Miami-Dade County Mayor’s office to bring cutting-edge training to businesses in the County enabling them to improve their digital marketing skills, grow their customer base, and increase their competitiveness through a series of training initiatives. These are offered as part of the County’s Strive305 initiative, designed to help small businesses recover from the pandemic. BizHack has partnered with the County to create training programs such as:
• The #BizHackLive Masterclass Series – Over 5,000 businesses have registered for Masterclasses, obtaining cutting-edge insights into digital marketing topics including the popular AI Masterclasses.
• A free 15 Hour course on marketing strategy designed to improve minority access to digital marketing expertise and developed in English Spanish and Creole called “How to Find Customers Online.”
• Scholarships for Women and Minority-Owned businesses to BizHack’s 35-hour signature live course on social media advertising with personalized coaching.

2023 American Business Award: Minority-Owned Business of the Year

In 2023 BizHack was recognized as Minority-Owned Business of the Year in the
American Business Awards, one of the country’s top business awards programs. The ABA judges highlighted BizHack’s impact on minority-owned businesses and its comprehensive range of services. “BizHack Academy’s commitment to helping BIPOC- and women-owned small businesses overcome structural, financial, and educational barriers is commendable.” said the judges. “Their focus on providing digital marketing training, coaching, and Fractional CMO services to these businesses is unique and significant.”

Minority Business Partnership

Our Partners

We are proud to partner with these organizations.