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he Hispanic American community is deeply rooted in the history of the United States and is an integral part of the rich fabric of our nation. True to their mission of creating the conditions for economic growth and opportunity - for all Americans - the Commerce Department works every day to support and invest in the Hispanic business community to create jobs and promote eco- nomic growth. Over our nations history, the Hispanic American community in general, and the Hispanic American business community in particular, has provided invaluable contributions that have enriched Americas economy and overall society. With the number of Hispanic Americans increasing as a share of the United States overall population, the country can look forward to even more contributions from this vital community. Many Commerce Department agencies offer a wide range of services to help U.S.-based companies, entrepreneurs, innovators and minority and women- owned businesses compete and be successful while strengthening the United States role as a global leader. Below are a list of services and resources ranging from demographic data, grant opportunities, assis- tance with exporting as well as valuable resources for Hispanic American innovators, entrepreneurs and minority-owned businesses. The Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) is the only federal agency solely dedicated to the growth and global competitiveness of minority business enterprises. Hispanic and other minority-owned firms seeking to penetrate new markets - domestic and global -can access business experts at an MBDA Business Center where they can seek guidance and information on funding and access other resources. The Centers are in areas with the largest concentration of minority populations and the largest number of minority businesses.
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