Minority Small Business—Technical Resources

University of Georgia SBDC- Office of Minority Business Development

UGA’s Small Business Development Center (SBDC) provides special attention to the needs of minority entrepreneurs by identifying procurement opportunities, sources of capital and supporting outreach efforts around the state.

Small Business Administration (SBA)

SBA’s Business Development program can help qualifying minority-owned firms develop and grow their businesses through one-to-one counseling, training workshops, and management and technical guidance.

Georgia African-American Chamber of Commerce

Establish, cultivate and strengthen your consumer and business relationships with access to major corporate markets.

The Atlanta Business League

The Atlanta Business League fosters the growth, creation and development of successful business enterprises owned, operated and managed by African-Americans in metro-Atlanta.

Minority Business Development Agency

MBDA gives you access to business assessments, capital and finance management, global markets, strategic business consulting, business process improvement and resources.

The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE)

TiE’s mission is to foster entrepreneurship globally through mentoring, networking, education, incubating and funding.

Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

With assistance from member experts, GHCC provides programming, training and consultations through the Small Business Development Center of Kennesaw State University.

United States Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation – Southeast Region

The USPAACC Education Foundation of the Southeast represents Asian American and Asian American-related groups in business, sciences, the arts, sports, education, public and community services.

Office of Native American Affairs

Ensures that American Indians, Alaska Natives and Native Hawaiians seeking to create, develop and expand small businesses have full access to the necessary business development expansion tools.

Georgia Mentor Protégé Connection

Emerging firms partner with a corporate mentor to hone best practices and develop skills that foster small business success.

Georgia Micro Enterprise Network

The Georgia Micro Enterprise Network (GMEN) serves as a resource to support and fund viable micro-businesses in an effort to create new jobs and business opportunities at the local level.

Kim Knight

Small Business Outreach Specialist

404.962.4831

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