NMSDC is thrilled regarding the news of Mr. Donald R. Cravins, Jr. nomination to fill the newly established position of the Under Secretary of Commerce for Minority Business Development (MBDA) of the Department of Commerce.
How Minority-Owned Businesses Can Thrive During (And After) Covid-19
If you’re a small business owner struggling to keep your company afloat, here are a few tips, from my team to yours, to help your company emerge from the pandemic stronger and more agile than ever.
Coca-Cola commits $500 million in additional spending with Black-owned suppliers
The Coca-Cola Company’s longstanding commitment to supplier diversity has never been more important, as minority-owned businesses – particularly Black-owned enterprises – continue to bear the 2020 economic brunt of both the coronavirus pandemic and systemic racial injustice.
10 Small Business Grants for Minorities in 2020
There are many grants available for minority-owned businesses. Find out how you can take advantage of these grant programs to start or grow your business.
U.S. Senators Kamala D. Harris, Ben Cardin, Maria Cantwell, Chuck Schumer, Cory Booker and Catherine Cortez Masto Introduce Legislation to Invest in Minority-Owned Businesses
New Bill Would Broaden Reach of Minority Business Development Agency & Make It Permanent.
NMSDC COVID-19 Virtual Town Hall: How are Financial Institutions Contributing to the Recovery of Minority Businesses?
April 16, 2020
Join us in a conversation with financial institutions participating in the SBA loan program. This Town Hall will give insight on how they are helping minority businesses obtain financial assistance during this crisis.
NMSDC Supports NAIC Initiative to Facilitate the Raise of $1 Billion of Growth Equity Capital for MWBEs
We are excited to announce that the Minority Business Development Agency and the National Association of Investment Companies have teamed to identify and facilitate the raise of $1 billion of growth equity capital for minority and women businesses.