Beyond Health Group is putting more boots on the ground for the aging population in the Statesboro, Georgia region.
Connect. Grow. Celebrate.
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.
Your business is unique, and the solutions you need to grow should be too. Explore the programs and organizations that are fueling minority-owned businesses growth across Georgia.
News & Events
September 26 - October 20
InnovATL is a convergence of independently organized events uniting the changemakers, innovators, founders, creators and companies that call Metro Atlanta home. It will highlight the impact of our unique innovation ecosystem and amplify our influence as a global nexus of innovation.
Want to host an event? Learn more here.
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SCORE for Black Entrepreneurs
Get free business advice from experienced mentors. SCORE business mentors can help you start, grow, or transition your business
Georgia Minority Supplier Development Council (GMSDC)
Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) certification with the GMSDC is an essential first step in cultivating relationships with corporate supply chains and positioning your company to compete for contract awards.
Access to Capital for Entrepreneurs (ACE)
ACE is a Georgia 501(c)(3) nonprofit and community development financial institution (CDFI) that provides capital, coaching, and
Small Business, Big Impact
Interview with Kevin Pullen to discuss his new project, COLORS, and arts and culture are impacting change in the Golden Isles, Georgia.
Grow Georgia celebrates diverse founders, businesses, and resources that are impacting their communities in big ways, like Atlanta Orthopedics.