The National Association of Minority Companies Inc. works strategically with agencies, large corporations and organizations...
The National Association of Minority Companies Inc. was founded to promote, advocate, educate and build diversity in business – strengthening the vivacity, progression, growth and community strength of America’s diverse businesses.
The National Association of Minority Companies Inc. works strategically with agencies, large corporations and organizations to level the playing field by increasing access to contracts for diverse businesses, greatly increasing access to capital for diverse businesses, and helping to place diverse owners at leadership tables in Washington and all across our country.
The National Association of Minority Companies Inc. is a 501 (c) 3 tax exempt organization which recognizes that it is its civic duty to benefit our overall society by proactively taking steps to help ensure that diverse businesses comprised of minority, women and veteran firms thrive and continue to benefit our communities economically and socially through the collaborative efforts of economic, social, cultural, educational and political stakeholders in communities; and to develop and implement youth programs that build next generation leaders.
The National Association of Minority Companies Inc. committee members are those business, professional, political and community leaders who are dedicated and committed to the progression and productivity of diverse business growth, and who walk the walk in working to build a national climate in which diverse businesses thrive.
Almost a century ago, the Great Depression consumed the nation; a stamp cost three cents and there were no zip codes; and most companies were small—mom and pop stores were the norm, not the exception.
Today our economic climate is not very far from those challenges faced during the Great Depression, however small businesses today still are the backbone of the American economy, comprising 99.7 percent of all employer firms, employing half of all private sector employees, and creating 65 percent of new jobs.
The National Association of Minority Companies Inc. (NAMCO) serves a national constituency representing a broad spectrum of industries.
Through DyNAMC Leaders for a Changing World magazine, NAMCO champions those leaders that “Walk the Walk” in diversity, but also brings national public cognizance of the issues effecting diverse businesses and those problems facing communities of color.