The Roanoke Regional Partnership will create a new online directory focused on women and minority-owned businesses, a resource it hopes to launch within a month or so. it’s free and you don’t have to be a room Joyce Waugh is the president and CEO of the room. Colors Virginia magazine publisher Robert Jeffrey Jr. – also a new member of Roanoke City Council – is a Virtual Directory Partner. It’s free and you don’t need to be a member of the Chamber. Joyce Waugh is the President and CEO of the House:
(press release) The Roanoke Regional Chamber has announced plans to create a new business directory highlighting minority and women-owned businesses across Blue Ridge, Virginia. The directory will be available on the Chamber’s website in March, organizing businesses by service or industry category. (See link below to send information)
“This directory will provide greater visibility to the various businesses in our community, promote equity in economic opportunities and help remove barriers for minority and women-owned businesses,” said Joyce Waugh, President and CEO. the leadership of the Roanoke Regional Chamber.
There will be no charge for eligible businesses to appear in the new directory. If a company is also a member of the Chamber, it will receive a unique identifier. Robert Jeffrey Jr., owner of Jeffrey Media and publisher of ColorsVA magazine, has partnered with the House for this important and timely initiative. “The purpose of creating the database for minority and women owned businesses is to enhance visibility and relationships with the business community as a whole in order to generate economic development and prosperity in our neighborhoods. . With Covid-19 having a negative impact on our community, it is important to promote these services to help jumpstart the economic development of our region, ”said Jeffrey Jr.
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