Cincinnati Minority

Business Collaborative Presents

Build Your

Enterprise

Cincinnati is the fastest growing economic power in the Midwestern United States. We rank in the top 10 of the largest 50 U.S. Metropolitan areas where minorities are finding success, according to a LendingTree report.

We’re a region where you can make a big impact, and the Cincinnati Minority Business Collaborative (CMBC) looks forward to making the next decade the most impactful yet as the best place to start, grow, or find resources for your minority business.

We understand that launching your business into the next phase takes a giant leap of faith and access to critical resources.

Building a business is personal. It takes courage, focus, opportunity, and connection to funds and mentorship. That’s the support that the CMBC provides and why we’re honored to share our “Building a Business Enterprise” minority business spotlight showcasing the stories of twelve of the minority businesses in our network who embody the entrepreneurial spirit.

Learn their stories and support them as they continue to make the Cincinnati region an epicenter of minority business success.

Leading the Renaissance

Meet these entrepreneurs who are leading the renaissance of minority-owned businesses and discovering success in the Cincinnati region.

MichellE Denisoff

Michelle is the only child of Filipino immigrants who migrated from the Philippines to the United States in 1995. She lived in Los Angeles, CA before moving to Cincinnati, OH in 2013. Michelle grew up very close to her parents and family as they were all neighbors growing up in California.

Josh williams

Williams, 32, was born and raised in Cincinnati and went to the University of Cincinnati for pre-med, which was his first introduction to the health care industry. He wanted to be an orthopedic surgeon.

Williams said he has always been entrepreneurial, and when he was working in a hospital, he started talking with his coworkers about the medical supply industry.

MANNY ADDO

Manny Addo is the CEO of Natural Shea Care (NSC), a Cincinnati based company that sells 100 percent all natural skin care products from Africa.

In this capacity he has placed NSC products in various stores in the United States including Jungle Jim’s International Market and 335 Kroger stores.

Joshua Reid

Inphlu is a Cincinnati-based minority business enterprise and tech start-up company that provides automated social media marketing solutions for small businesses, nonprofits and individuals. Each month members receive a social media post idea plan tailored specific to their business and industry, plus step-by-step strategies to create high performing ad campaigns.

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