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Obtain opportunities that advance minority-owned businesses
Training for minority-owned businesses is essential to help develop companies run by women and people of color. Technical assistance, ...
- Article By Stacy Davis Hudson
- – July 30, 2010
Getting the certification seal of approval can bring big awards
There's a multibillion-dollar pie that comes from government and corporate contracts targeted to minority-owned businesses. A ...
- Article By Sheryl Nance-Nash
- – December 16, 2010
Government agencies and business associations can help you out
By most accounts, minority-owned and managed businesses still face an uphill battle for acceptance and an equal footing for government ...
- Article By W. Eric Martin
- – July 12, 2010
Finding Asian owned businesses or business organizations that promote and assist these businesses
Finding Asian owned businesses in the United States isn't difficult if you know where to look for them. From professional service ...
- Article By S. Ledrew
- – April 4, 2010
Working with family can be a blessing and a curse. These are a few challenges common in family-owned businesses.
- Article By Dan Steiner
- – March 22, 2016
More women are starting businesses than ever before. Statistics say that they're less likely to hit $1 million in sales, but does it matter?
- Article By Business.com Editorial Staff
- – April 20, 2015
5 Ways Businesses Can Attract Inbound Links Immediately
- Whitepaper By Business.com Editorial Staff
- – October 21, 2016
Increasing 74 percent since 1997 and 21 percent since 2007, women-owned businesses are a pillar of the post-recession recovery.
- Article By Eric F. Frazier
- – March 8, 2016
Stay abreast of issues, news and trends by joining family-owned business organizations
If you own a company in the family business, you would do well to partner with an associations for family business to strengthen your ...
- Article By Tai G.
- – July 7, 2010
Women-owned business organizations offer valuable help and support
Women in business organizations offer entrepreneurs and executives the opportunity to learn new ideas and strategies. Women form ...
- Article By Kelly Shetsky
- – December 26, 2010