Networking Minority

Networking strategies to grow your business.

Strategies for expanding your business through networking

Resources for Minority Networking

You can search the Directory of Professional but also Trade Associations for additional industry-specific organisations.


Professionals and Entrepreneurs of African American Origin

International business alliances among Blacks are being promoted by the BBPE by establishing business links, chapters, and communication tools around the world.

The National Association of Black MBAs

Become part of a movement that aims to improve the lives of African-Americans.


The Tribe of Angels / Jewish Business Network

Achieving radical success for Jewish-managed businesses by establishing connections with successful Jewish businesspeople — advisors, investors, staff and service providers.


Women’s networking groups organised by industry are listed below the general ones.

Promoting the Status of Women

Want to meet women in business in other countries. A directory of international women’s organisations.

The American Society of Businesswomen

Do good deeds, meet new people, and sharpen your business acumen. You should really be able to easily find a chapter near you, as there are over 1,200 of them.

Women’s Network of Brooklyn Executives (BEBWA)

The National Association for Women Executives’ Brooklyn chapter (NAFE). Only a handful of NAFE chapters with in greater New York city area are currently active. Members of NAFE in Brooklyn can connect with one another on a more personal level when this group meets four times a year.

Alliance of Female Executives of the United States

Consider joining the world’s largest business women’s organisation, which boasts more than 125,000 members worldwide. With the help of resources like these, members can advance in their careers and secure a comfortable financial future.


Women’s networking site on the internet.

Use the following links to find networking rights for advancement in specific industries:

Owners of Companies in the Computing Industry

Employed by the federal government in international trade as commercial real estate engineers (link 2)

Public Accountants in Science and Technology, International Security, and Music