Important Topics for Minority and Women-Owned Businesses

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Si es un emprendedor en etapa inicial o actualmente posee un negocio, descubra cómo el Centro para Mujeres Emprendedoras (CWE) y Surfside Capital podemos ayudarles a hacer avanzar su negocio. Unase a nostoros el 23/3/2022 para obtener mas detalles acerca de las capacitaciones para escribir un plan de negocios en 10 semanas y ayuda estratégica individuales. 

Variety of topics and resources of interest to Minority and Women-Owned Businesses-Please note this document does include live links to resources.  

Workshops to prepare for becoming a Certified Minority or Women-owned business  in Massachusetts

US Department of Commerce's Minority Business Development Agency- Check out their video "Get Money:  The Comeback Edition" which describes opportunities to access capital.

North Shore Diversity Catalog-     Click below link for Catalog.                                                                                                                                     

Working with the City of Beverly's Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion-                                                                 The City of Beverly's Planning and Economic Development team is working with the City of Beverly's Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Abu Toppin, to bring together  the owners of local minority and women-owned businesses to better understand and respond to their needs and to facilitate networking and the growth of a mutual support system.  If you would like to reach out to Abu directly his email address is and his direct phone line is 978-605-2340.

US Small Business Administration Announces Awards to Organizations Supporting Native American Entrepreneurs                                                                                                            The following seven awardees represent a geographically diverse group of providers spanning various tribal nations, communities, and industries. They will focus on narrowing the gap in business development services provided by the SBA to Native American firms. The awardees are:

Join U.S. Black Chambers, Inc. (USBC), Alysha M. Campbell, and Jessica Sinclair of The Career Mavericks for this strategic marketing session where you’ll learn how to network with a purpose to achieve your goals, discover actionable tips to assist with effective collaboration, research, and communication, and deliver a one minute pitch You will receive constructive feedback after completion. Posted here 1-19-2022