Friday, September 27, 2013

Nashville's immigrant entrepreneurs, boosted by Ming Wang, unite for common good

A new group is formed, getting entrepreneurs from all the ethnic immigrant groups in Nashville, so they can work together and solve any problems.    - - Donna Poisl

Written by G. Chambers Williams III, The Tennessean

About one of every eight businesses in the Nashville area is owned by immigrants, and the number is growing, according to a recent study by Tennessee State University.

Immigrant communities are booming, as well. Hispanics are the most numerous, but other ethnic groups are expanding as well, including immigrants from India, the Middle East and Africa.

That growth — both in the number of immigrants and immigrant-owned businesses — has led to the formation of the Tennessee Immigrant and Minority Business Group, whose inaugural meeting is set for this evening in Nashville.
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