The Minority INFO Network Launches New LinkedIn News Segment: The Minority Marketplace

Business & Economic News for Women and Minority Entrepreneurs

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Targeting a growing LinkedIn audience, the Minority INFO Network has launched a business and economic news segment called The Minority Marketplace. This news segment, produced by the Minority INFO Network and distributed by the Minority Media Group, features the latest economic updates impacting South Carolina. We also highlight the success stories of notable and emerging women and minority business owners and entrepreneurs, sharing valuable advice and experiences.

In addition, The Minority Marketplace provides updates on Request for Proposals (RFPs), vendor outreach efforts, and other news regarding minority vendor opportunities. We feature interviews and conversations with individuals who are leading the way in diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts within their companies or organizations. Our goal is to inspire and empower women and minority business owners by addressing the unique challenges they face in the marketplace.

We are currently pre-recording segments for the spring season of the broadcast and are accepting recommendations for guests. We are looking for seasoned business experts, local and state government officials, DEI professionals, and others who may have news, advice, and information that is important to women and minority entrepreneurs in establishing and running a business, and for those with information regarding RFPs and other minority vendor opportunities and events.

If you would like to be a guest or know someone who would like to be a guest on the broadcast, please call or email us at 803-619-3752 or, or inbox us on any of our social media platforms.

The MinorityEye is a news and information aggregator that curates the voices, thoughts and perspectives of minority writers, bloggers, authors, reporters, columnists, pundits, consultants and thought leaders as well as those who write about minorities and issues that impact people and communities of color.

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