2 edition of Community services and minority business assistance. found in the catalog.
Community services and minority business assistance.
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Education and Labor. Subcommittee on Equal Opportunities.
|LC Classifications||KF27 .E337 1973d|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||54|
|LC Control Number||74600896|
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Community services and minority business assistance: Hearing, Ninety-third Congress, first session, on H.R.H.R.and H.R. PaperbackAuthor. United States. Congress. House. Committee on Education and Labor. Subcommittee on Equal Opportunities.
Get this from a library. Community services and minority business assistance: hearing before the Subcommittee on Equal Opportunities of the Committee on Education and Labor, House of Representatives, Ninety-third Congress, first session, on H.R.H.R.and H.R.
[United States. Congress. House. Committee on Education and Labor. The Ohio Development Services Agency (ODSA) Minority Business Development Division (MBDD) supports the growth and sustainability of small, minority and disadvantaged businesses in Ohio.
Supporting these businesses means providing them with technical and professional assistance, access to capital and bonding. Community-Based Services Division. The Commission’s Community Based Services Division exists to assist community-based groups to implement programs to alleviate socio-economic deprivation in minority and poor communities.
This includes providing technical assistance and training for capacity building. This objective will strengthen the minority business community, support job creation and help grow Ohio’s economy. The MBAC Program leverages services and resources available through Development and third party resources to help develop and grow Ohio minority- owned businesses.
Local community needs and resources vary. The Office of Minority and Women Business Assistance (BAO) works to coordinate available public and private services in an effort to support the development and economic prosperity of small and disadvantaged businesses.
This is achieved by collaborating with Metro Nashville Government Departments, and other members. The Ohio Development Services Agency (ODSA) Minority Business Development Division (MBDD) supports the growth and sustainability of small, minority-owned, and disadvantaged businesses in Ohio. Supporting these businesses means providing them with resources that include technical and professional assistance.
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Minority Business Assistance Center. The Ohio Development Services Agency (DSA) has selected the Columbus Urban League to help develop and grow Ohio small, minority-owned and socially and economically disadvantaged businesses through the Minority Business Assistance Centers (MBAC) Program.
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The Community Services Division works to build safe neighborhoods, vibrant downtowns, and reliable infrastructure to support job creation. Customized Business Development Workshops.
A variety of workshops are available to assist with company operations, growth and resilience. During these workshops, a host of business development topics and issues are covered, with the objective of contributing to the continued development of Mississippi’s small minority and women-owned businesses.
MBDA is the only federal agency tasked with promoting the growth and competitiveness of minority-owned businesses. Seeking proposals for new programs that serve minority business enterprises. Learn more. Minority Business and Technology Initiative. An MBDA and Amazon Business collaboration.
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The Minority Business Assistance Centers (MBAC) are staffed with certified business counselors that assist minority, socially and economically disadvantaged entrepreneurs with loan and bond packaging services, management, technical, financial and contract procurement assistance.
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Minority Business Development Division: () Jeffrey L. Johnson, Division Chief Community Services Division: () Matt McClellan, Division Chief Office of Community Assistance: () Megan Meadows, Deputy Chief Office of Community Development. The Kansas Department of Commerce COVID Response page provides access critical news, tools and resources for Kansas businesses.
We will update this webpage as more information becomes available, so please check back frequently for the latest news and resources.State agencies provides technical and financial assistance to minority-owned businesses so that they can compete more successfully for federal, state, local government and commercial contracts.
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