Georgia USA Small Business Resource Directory

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Certification

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Gain access to resources to help you quickly and efficiently certify your women-owned small business.

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Certification

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Gain access to resources to help you quickly and efficiently certify your minority-owned small business.

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Veteran-Owned Business Certification (VOB)

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Georgia Minority Supplier Development Council (GMSDC)

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Get your MBE (Minority Business Enterprise) certification and learn how GMSDC fosters and expands economic opportunities between MBEs, corporations and government entities within Georgia.

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Federal Certifications

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Learn how you can compete for contracts that the federal government sets aside exclusively for small businesses.

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What does it mean to be WBE or MBE certified?

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WBE (Women Business Enterprise) Certification means that a woman (or women) has a majority ownership and control of a business entity. And the MBE (Minority Business Enterprise) Certification means that a minority (or minorities) has a majority ownership and control of a business entity.

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How do I certify my company?

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Georgia defines a small business as one that is independently owned and operated and must have either fewer than 300 employees or less than $30 million in gross receipts per year. Georgia does not have a Small Business Enterprise (SBE) designation or certification requirement. However, there are benefits to getting certified.

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Get Certified

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Georgia defines a small business as one which is independently owned and operated and must have either fewer than 300 employees or less than $30 million in gross receipts per year.

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Youth

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Hispanic American Center for Economic Development (HACED)

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HACED works to advance the creation and growth of Hispanic businesses throughout Georgia. Services include training and certification workshops, legislative advocacy and a regular lineup of business-focused events.

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What types of special programs are available for youth entrepreneurs?

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School programs or certification courses at Georgia’s technical colleges offer youth entrepreneurship and mentoring programs. You may also check your local chamber of commerce to learn of youth programs within your own community.

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Greater Women's Business Council

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Learn more about the national certification program for women-owned businesses.

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Greater Women’s Business Council (GWBC)

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Get empowered with this regional organization that promotes, develops and maintains business relationships with major corporations, governmental agencies and other women business owners. In addition to networking events, GWBC offers women-owned business (WBE) certification.

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Georgia Minority Supplier Development Council (GMSDC)

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Get your MBE (Minority Business Enterprise) certification and learn how GMSDC fosters and expands economic opportunities between MBEs, corporations and government entities within Georgia.

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