receives MBDA grant during the 2016 Minority Enterprise Development Week (MEDWeek)
USBC Continues its Impact in the Black Business Community
Washington, DC-- The U.S. Black Chambers Inc. received a rewarding $665,000.00 grant to continue it's impact in cultivating and supporting the nation's Black entrepreneurs. USBC President Ron Busby, released the following statement:
"We are honored to receive prestigious recognition as Advocate of the Year and highly rewarding funding from the Minority Business Development Agency. Our award and funding are a testament to our efforts to increase the number of Black business owners and revenues of Black businesses through our resources, programs and initiatives.
We stand by our mantra: In order for there to be a strong America there must be a strong Black America, in order for there to be a strong Black America, there must be strong Black businesses, and in order for there to be strong Black businesses, there must be strong Black Chambers of Commerce.
As the United States Black Chambers Inc. we are proud and privileged to receive such a rewarding grant to continue our impact in the Black business community."