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Minority-owned businesses in Georgia provide over 575,000 jobs to hard-working Georgians and energize the state’s economy. Grow Georgia strives to power these businesses’ growth by connecting them to specialized resources, increasing their partnerships with Fortune 500 firms, and celebrating their success.
News & Events
This year Georgia’s State Small Business Credit Initiative (SSBCI) is growing - adding new programs and supported with additional federal funding of nearly $200 million! Since November, the Georgia Department of Community Affairs (DCA) has been busy preparing for the February rollout by attracting new partners and lenders.
The SSBCI is designed to strengthen state lending programs that support small businesses and manufacturers. At a glance, the returning and new programs include:
Learn more about the program, find current local lenders, and more by visiting Community Affairs’ SSBCI 2.0 page or downloading the flyer.
BECAUSE IT TAKES A VILLAGE
Energy can connect people, business and future generations to possibility and opportunity. Driven to realize this potential, Southern Company continues to build the future of energy for the advancement of our customers and communities.
Asociación Latinoamericana del Noroeste de Georgia
The mission of the Latin American Association (LAA)is to empower Latinos to adapt, integrate and thrive. Our vision is ‘Opportunity for All.’
Georgia Department of Administrative Services
A collaborative effort between the Georgia Department of Administrative Services (DOAS) and the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) provides a joint process for minority business enterprise certification.
Small Business, Big Impact
Launching a startup takes a great idea, but building a company requires much more than that, including a robust network.
A leader with the skills to grow a network is essential for startups to scale, not only for presenting to …
The best source of funding for small business owners is their customers. Across the State, entrepreneurs are finding creative ways to get in front of buyers for their products and services. Including, adding Fortune 500 firms to their customer list.
Meet Tracey Grace and learn how corporate and government contracts helped her grow IBEX.