Minority Business Development

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    Programs that provide technical assistance, venture capital, loans, loan guarantees or other forms of management or financial support to encourage the establishment and growth of businesses that are owned and operated by individuals or groups who are representative of an ethnic minority, women or another minority population.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Minority Business Office - Colorado Office of Economic Development and International TradePromotes development of existing and new minority and women's businesses across the state. Provides information on local, state, and federal certification processes, and connects businesses to resources that provide free or low-cost assistance with marketing, financing, etc. Denver CountyColorado Office of Economic Development and International TradeColorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade
    Small Business Training - Centro San Juan DiegoProvides a 10 week training program offered in Spanish to teach the basic components of a small business to entrepreneurs.Denver CountyCentro San Juan DiegoCentro San Juan Diego
    Women's Business Center - Mi Casa Resource CenterAssists individuals (primarily women) with starting or developing a small business. Provides business and management skills training, guidance in accessing capital, entrepreneurial training, and an individual micro-lending program.Pueblo CountyBusiness Development ProgramMi Casa Resource Center

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