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Minority-owned businesses were largely concentrated in California, Texas, Florida and New York, representing 55 percent of all minority-owned businesses in the United States. Among the top four states, Texas and Florida gained a larger concentration of minority-owned businesses, from 12 percent in 2002 to 13 percent in 2007, and from 10 percent in 2002 to 12 percent in 2007, respectively...
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About 4-in-10 located in 10 metropolitan areas Reflecting the patterns seen in states, almost 4-in-10 minority owned firms could be found in the following metro areas: Los Angeles-Long Beach, Calif.; New York, N.Y.; Miami, Fla.; Washington, D.C.-MD.-Va.-W.Va.; Chicago, Ill.; Houston,Texas; Orange County, Calif.;Atlanta, Ga.; Riverside-San Bernardino, Calif.; and San Francisco, Calif. Download...
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Minority-owned businesses grew more than four times as fast as U.S. firms overall between 1992 and 1997, increasing from 2.1 million to about 2.8 million firms, according to a report released today [PDF] by the Commerce Department's Census Bureau. The 30 percent growth rate exceeded the 7 percent increase for all U.S. firms, which jumped from 17.3 million in 1992 to 18.4 million in 1997. Receipts...
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Access the following information: Number of Minority-Owned Firms (City/CSA) Change in Number of Firms and Gross Receipts for Firms Representation of Minority Firms (City/CSA) by Industry Based 2002 Survey of Business Owners Please find the City/CSA profiles below.
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In 2007 MBDA received a Special Tabulation from the U.S. Census Bureau, which provides actual estimates for all minority firms as "one group" by state. We are currently updating all remaining state profiles not yet listed below with the data from the Special Tabulation and with the adjusted statistics from the 2002 Survey of Business Owners which were re-issued by the Census in September of 2006...
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The State of Minority Business PDF 46KB The State of African American Business PDF 48KB The State of American Indian & Alaska Native Business PDF 48KB The State of Asian Business PDF 49KB The State of Hispanic Business PDF 49KB The State of Native Hawaiian & Other Pacific Islander Business PDF 46KB Based 2002 Survey of Business Owners
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The State of Asian Business by Gender PDF 42KB The State of African American Business by Gender PDF 42KB The State of American Indian & Alaska Native Business by Gender PDF 42KB The State of Hispanic Business by Gender PDF 42KB The State of Native Hawaiian & Other Pacific Islander Business by Gender PDF 42KB Based 2002 Survey of Business Owners
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MBDA's analysis of data from the U.S. Census Bureau's 2007 Special Tabulation on Minority Firms based on data from the 2002 Survey of Business Owners. Produced by the Research and Knowledge Management Unit, March 2010. Please find the state profiles below in alphabetical order.
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MBDA conducts studies on the state of minority business enterprises (MBEs), trends impacting MBEs, their performance, and challenges and opportunities for minority business growth. MBDA shares its research with academia and government agencies to expand the knowledge of MBEs and to provide additional information that can shape programs in support of MBEs. Most Recent Fact Sheets ยป U.S. Minority-...