Doubling the Adoption of Procurement Processes to Promote Economic Equity

Retake: Inclusive Procurement

Cultivating Inclusive Procurement in Philadelphia

How the city advanced equitable economic growth as a policy, practice, and culture

Adopting an Equitable Future

Understanding what it takes to implement lasting, meaningful community change

Advancing Critical Services Amid Crisis

How Houston reorganized to lessen the impact of COVID on entrepreneurs of color

Boston’s Path to Equitable Contracting Supported by the City Accelerator Learning Community

The city is working to create more opportunities for economic security and success for small businesses.

Creating an Atlanta Where All Entrepreneurs Can Thrive

Helping small businesses succeed amidst rising real estate costs

Changing the Labels of Newark

From “Brick City” to “Renaissance City,” Mayor Ras Baraka and his economic development team are rebranding Newark to focus on tech-driven wealth generation and establishing New Jersey’s first land bank.

From Company Town to a Town of Companies

How Rochester, NY, is using entrepreneurism to build a more inclusive economy

Spreading Innovation in Equitable Contracting

Ten new cities join the next City Accelerator cohort to leverage municipal spending and nurture diverse businesses.

How El Paso, Texas, is Working to Support Small Business Development

By partnering with community organizations, the city is making it easier for business owners to access capital, training and other resources.

The Value of Opportunity

How the next City Accelerator Cohort aims to promote economic inclusion and scale inclusive procurement

Long Beach Strengthens its Entrepreneurial Ecosystem: The City of Opportunity for Workers, Investors, and Entrepreneurs

Long Beach is partnering with trusted community-based organizations to help entrepreneurs start up, stay up, and scale up.

Inclusive Procurement Works and We’re going to Help Scale It Up

A new inclusive procurement cohort creates opportunity for 10 cities to learn from trail blazers who came before

Turning Moxie Into Money: How Cities Can Use Targeted Investments to Help Local Businesses Thrive

Detroit's Motor City Match program is a model other cities should emulate.

Want to Build a Better Business Ecosystem? Do What This City Did.

Over the past decade, San Antonio has made a concerted effort to strengthen and grow its local business community.