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Resources for Black-Owned Businesses in Miami-Dade County

We’ve collected a list of ongoing resources and current opportunities for Miami’s Black-owned businesses, including training, funding, grants, and more!
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The Miami-Dade Economic Advocacy Trust (MDEAT) is an office dedicated to promoting and propelling Miami-Dade County’s multi-billion dollar Black-owned business community. Be sure to check out their programs and add your business to Black Pages Miami.

Training and Advice

  • Free business advice and training with the Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce
  • Support and guidance for Black-owned businesses that sell on Amazon
  • Business coaching and training program for black business owners
  • Looking to grow your business with government contracts? Reach out to the local MBDA (Minority Business Development Agency) or the FSMSDC (Florida State Minority Supplier Development Council)


  • $10,000 grant and Free LegalZoom Product for Black-owned Businesses (applications are due February 17th).
  • $10,000 grants for Black-Owned Small Businesses in Miami-Dade County (applications are due February 23rd).
  • $10,000 grant and Free Mentorship for Black Women Entrepreneurs (applications are due February 24th).
  • $10,000 start-up grants for Black female founders and entrepreneurs
  • $2,000 grants for Black-owned, brick and mortar stores  
  • $500 micro-grants to grow or start a minority, women-owned small businesses


If you’re considering a loan to maintain operations, grow your business or pay off credit card debt, Axis Helps has created an easy-to-use guide that can help you decide whether to pursue a loan from a credit union, a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), a traditional bank or another type of lender. Check out our Guide to Miami Business Funding online

Here are two options that lend locally and offer loan programs specifically for Black-owned businesses:

And these Community Development Financial Institutions, or CDFIs, lend to minority-owned businesses: 

Make sure to check back often as we continue to update this link with the resources that are available to support local entrepreneurs in sustaining or growing their businesses! 

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Updated: February 2, 2023