Advantages for Minority-Owned and Woman-Owned Businesses

August 28, 2014

I remember a business professor I had at Gonzaga University told me that he’d recently made his wife President and Owner of their shared home consulting business and that it saved them thousands in annual costs.

Knowing the diversity among home health therapy staffing company and home health agency owners, I thought this would be useful information for our readers.

Is your business at least 51% woman-owned or ethnically minority-owned? Are you a female or part of an ethnic minority and wanting to start your own business? I may have some good news for you.

There are financial, networking, and continuing educational opportunities for your company. As it turns out, many of the same opportunities exist for woman-owned businesses as well.

I hope you found this information useful for your business.

Thanks for reading.

PS – Below, I’ve listed some links that will help you navigate the well-documented yet little-known benefits you – and your bottom line – could be enjoying.

References and Resources:

Bloomberg Business Overview: How to Minority Owned Businesses Can Catch A Break

Houston Chronicle: How to Apply for Women and Minority Owned Business Grants