Founder and CEO of CODE2040 Laura Weidman Powers One of the biggest problems for minority-owned businesses is the lack of resources available to help them develop their businesses. Fortunately, several organizations have emerged as leaders in the effort to help minority entrepreneurs start companies, build businesses, secure funding and eventually achieve success. Check out this article to learn more about these organizations.
As a minority business owner, becoming a diverse supplier to large companies can be a great way to grow and develop your company. But do you know how to make yourself visible to these large companies? Check out this article to learn some tips about how to become a diverse supplier for large companies.
For startups, a popular method to stand out from competitors is by participating in accelerators. Accelerators are programs that provide startups with advice, guidance, and various forms of support in the early stages of the companies. Here are some accelerator programs that specialize in the mentorship of minority-founded businesses.