African American Chamber’s Sudduth Society Graduates Second Class: Minority-owned business growth program now seeking applicants for 3rd class

CINCINNATI, OH – The African American Chamber graduated its second Sudduth Society class by introducing the six participating companies to procurement and supplier diversity professionals from prominent regional firms.   The Sudduth Society is a 15-week business hyper-growth program. It helps existing businesses build capacity to become the region’s next set of high-growth, minority-led businesses. Read more about African American Chamber’s Sudduth Society Graduates Second Class: Minority-owned business growth program now seeking applicants for 3rd class[…]

African American Chamber seeks candidates for second Sudduth Society business development class

Program provides resources to help minority-led businesses to accelerate growth CINCINNATI, OH  The Sudduth Society, named after influential Cincinnati African American hotelier Horace Sudduth, is a 90-day business hyper growth program. It helps existing businesses build capacity to become the region’s next set of high-growth, minority-led businesses. The first Sudduth Society class graduated in April Read more about African American Chamber seeks candidates for second Sudduth Society business development class[…]

Greater Cincinnati African American Chamber seeing results from The Sudduth Society in growing small, minority-owned companies into million-dollar firms

Greater Cincinnati African American Chamber seeing results from The Sudduth Society in growing small, minority-owned companies into million-dollar firms  Sudduth Candidate experiencing double digit growth as they approach Pitch Night.  April 2016 (Cincinnati, OH) — The local African American Chamber in partnership with SQUARE1 Inc. (startatsquare1.org), a nonprofit that assists entrepreneurs in evaluating, launching and Read more about Greater Cincinnati African American Chamber seeing results from The Sudduth Society in growing small, minority-owned companies into million-dollar firms[…]