Investment constantly flows through our city for infrastructure and development. Just as important as building roads and bridges, we must provide opportunity for our small businesses to grow and flourish.
We support small, veteran, minority, and women-owned businesses by communicating and working closely with local officials and community partners. We are creating a clear pathway, educating businesses, and connecting businesses directly to opportunity. Last, we have businesses give back to the community, paying it forward for others.
This effort is a community movement supported by local associations, faith-based organizations, and veteran supporting organizations; we continue to grow everyday.
Collaborate with the Community
Advocate on behalf of small, veteran, minority, and women-owned businesses
Strengthen small businesses by providing contracting education and opportunity
Support our youth by funding illiteracy and career readiness programs
In an effort to support community development and break the cycle of poverty and truly develop our community, we must support education and provide opportunity. Through helping small businesses and giving back, anything and everything is possible when we work together.
Please contact us to learn more about the SBBI and how you can become a partner.