Free Small Business Training for Minority-Owned Businesses

For businesses in:

City of Miami

Provided by:

Miami Bayside Foundation

Ideal for:

Minority-Owned Small Businesses

Get free training to sharpen your entrepreneurial skills while learning how to prepare for access capital.

Coming Soon
February 5, 2021

Benefits

  • Free small business training by experts in the field providing you with essential tools and skills to grow your company. 
  • Over 5 weeks, in 15-sessions, this program covers topics such as Establishing a Business, Developing a Business Plan & Projections, Understanding Financial Statements, Basic Accounting, Market Analytics, Marketing Plan & Branding, Accessing Capital, and much more.

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Eligibility

To apply, you must be: 

  • A US Citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident.

To apply, your business must be: 

  • Minority-owned (minimum 51% minority owner).
  • Domiciled in Miami-Dade County (as stated on occupational license).
  • In existence for more than six months.
  • A for-profit business. No sole proprietorship or nonprofits.

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Application

Directions to apply:

1. Fill out the application entirely (one application per applicant).

2. Submit your financial statements for last year (balance sheet and profit & loss statement) by email to info@miamibaysidefoundation.org. If you are a new business, enclose financial statements for the last six months.

3. Optional: To provide a better understanding of your skills and qualifications, email your resume to info@miamibaysidefoundation.org.

4. Submit the application.


If you have questions or would like more information contact, alan@mbf.miami or call 786-703-5764


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Requirements

  • Basic contact information.
  • Brief description of the products or services your business offers, including the industry.
  • Business EIN.
  • Date your business was operational, incorporated, and first earned revenue.
  • Number of employees (full time, part time, and contact).
  • Annual Gross Revenue for 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021 (projected).
  • Last two years of financial statements (If you are a new business, enclose financial statements for the last six months.)