administers the 8(a) Business Development Program and the Small Disadvantaged Business Certification Program.
This list brings together 100 of the best resources out there for advice, inspiration and assistance for growing Hispanic businesses.
Tips that focus on helping black entrepreneurs.
The Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) is part of the U.S. Department of Commerce and is the only federal agency created specifically to foster the establishment and growth of minority-owned businesses in America.
brought to you by the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and IBM is designed especially for Asian, Black, Hispanic, Native American and Women-owned businesses with essential business tools.
Linking and Informing Latino Communities
catalyzes and facilitates culturally appropriate initiatives and opportunities that enrich the cultural, political and economic lives of Indigenous peoples.
Jackie Calle Nguyenphu, owner of JCN Marketing Solutions, gave her tips on how to become a successful business owner and discussed ways the stimulus package could benefit entreprenuers.JCN Marketing Solutions is the exclusive service provider for the HBIF (Hispanic Business Initiative Fund) 2009 Business Stimulus Program.
Multicultural e-Business Solutions
For more than 25 years, Hispanic Business magazine and HispanicBusiness.com, have been a source of information for and about affluent Hispanic professionals and entrepreneurs.
HispanicSMB.com is the premier online community for the 1.6 million Hispanic-owned small and medium sized businesses in the United States. Today no other site provides the depth of resources, content and community for the fast growing Latino business community.
Hispanic Entrepreneurs Offered Revolutionary Tools to Develop a Competitive Edge.
Information, research, top news stories and business services that address the worldwide Hispanic market.
is a non-profit organization, founded and directed by American Indians, committed to Business Development for Indian People.
Knowledge about women business owners and their enterprises worldwide.
The National Hispanic Business Information Clearinghouse (Hispanic BIC) is a free, bilingual web portal that provides critical business information to support the start-up and growth of Hispanic-owned businesses.
provides a direct link between corporate America and minority-owned businesses.
assists women achieve their dreams and improve their communities by helping them start and run successful businesses, regardless of social or financial disadvantage, race, ethnicity or business background.
learn more about the SDB program and requirements for certification.
The Hispanic Business Initiative Fund (HBIF) was created in Hillsborough County in 1991 to provide bilingual and bicultural technical assistance to budding Hispanic entrepreneurs and businesses. The economic development concept of HBIF has been so successful in the Tampa Bay Area that it is being expanded to other cities in Florida. Today, HBIF is considered the leading Hispanic business development organization in Florida and considered a model for other cities across the state and the country.
The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, fostering Hispanic economic development.
The National Women Business Owners Corporation (NWBOC) has led the way for women business owners to obtain WBE Certification.
National bi-partisan public policy organization that advocates for and on behalf of women and minorities in business in national legislative processes. The voice for women in business at the Capitol.