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America is powered by businesses. From the smallest startups to the biggest brands, American businesses of every size and industry go above and beyond every day to support their employees, serve their customers, and create experiences that drive economic growth. Brought to You By American Business highlights how businesses bring important cultural and sporting events to life, creating economic growth and unforgettable moments.
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Alexis McSween, founder and CEO of Bottom Line Construction and Development in New York, shares how her company is providing opportunities in underserved communities and building the next generation of construction leaders.
Wyoming Machine is offering flexible work schedules, a benefit rarely seen in manufacturing, to attract and retain talent during the worker shortage.
HOPE Pharmacy in Richmond is part of a partnership focused on improving the health of local residents.
Discover is creating a 100,000+ square foot customer care center that will provide nearly 1,000 full-time jobs for the community.
At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Novo Nordisk recognized that patients, employees, and the community would be impacted in new and unique ways. The company focused on three key priorities:
The lab is focused on helping women-owned businesses and entrepreneurs of color master e-commerce.
Property tax foreclosure has been the biggest contributor to housing instability and blight in the city over the last 15 years.
A lack of funding for minority, women, and LGBTQ founders is a missed opportunity job seekers, communities, and the overall economy.