The boom in minority-owned businesses underscores the potential for a major impact on our national economy, which explains why President Obama’s Fiscal Year 2012 budget proposal requests an increase of $822,000 for a total of $32.3 million to MBDA. The Minority Business Development Agency is part of the U.S. Department of Commerce to help promote wealth creation in minority communities.
Funding and support certainly exists on the federal level, but not all companies know how best to find and exploit those resources, especially when it comes to businesses that are minority-owned. It’s a niche landscape that – due to the specific requirements laid out by funders - often requires even more diligence, research and care than usual in order to obtain grant approval.
Interlan Financial Corporation takes pride in their expert knowledge and experience in tapping into those resources that go unused. One of the secrets for Interlan Financial Corporation’
“We recognize the full impact that minority-owned businesses have on our economy, which is why we’re pleased to help realize the full ambition and innovation of our country’s entrepreneurs. Our extensive knowledge and ability to tap into the large network of funders help see our commitment to fruition.”
Interlan Financial Corporation
Interlan Financial Corporation offers programs and solutions to obtain capital, incorporate a Corporation or LLC and devise effective, strategic business plans. For more information, visit www.interlanfinancialcorporation.com.
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Interlan Financial Corporation offers programs and solutions to obtain capital, incorporate a Corporation or LLC and devise effective, strategic business plans.