- Q&A with Rufus Idris, CEED Executive Director
- What is CEED?
- VIDEO: CEED's International Market Day at the Pittsburgh Public Market
- CEED Client Profile: Kelly’s Kitchen
- CEED Client Profile: Laptops ETC
- CEED Client Profile: Amani International Coffeehouse and Café
- CEED Client Profile: Global Food Market
- CEED Client Profile: Okapi Braiding Salon
- CEED Client Profile: Corporate Diversity Associates, LLC
- CEED Client Profile: Roland Ford’s Rhythm of Life
- CEED Client Profile: Royal Caribbean Restaurant
- CEED Client Profile: Creamy Creations & More
- CEED Client Profile: Nina Bella’s Design
- CEED Client Profile: JUBA Hair Braiding & Boutique
- CEED Client Profile: Smiling Banana Leaf
- Meet the CEED Staff
- CEED Client Profile: Kazanda’s Café
- CEED Client Profile: Urgent Denture Repair
- CEED Client Profile: Wolfstone, Inc. Cooking Oil Recycling
- CEED Featured on Cover of County M/W/DBE Department Annual Report
- CEED Backs International Fashion House Venture to Introduce World Fabrics, Designs
- CEED’s International Market Day First Saturdays of the Month at Pittsburgh Public Market
- CEED Partnering With Universities To Increase Reach of Financial Workshops
- CEED receives $600,000 in grants from U.S. Commerce Department & Heinz Endowments
- What is CEED?
- Q&A with Rufus Idris
Allegheny County Minority/Women/Disabled Business Enterprise Department Annual Report
CEED Featured on Cover of County M/W/DBE Department Annual Report
CEED was honored with front-page coverage on the 2010 Annual Report of the Allegheny County Minority/ Women/Disabled Business Enterprise (M/W/DBE) Department, complete with a photograph and lead article about the announcement that we had received a $300,000 grant from the Economic Development Administration of the U.S. Department of Commerce.
The Allegheny M/W/DBE Department began assisting CEED with the process of acquiring the EDA grant in 2010 in order to facilitate the creation of new jobs and generate private investment in small businesses that are a key building block in strengthening challenges sections of the county, the report said.
“Allegheny County is always happy to work with non-profits such as CEED in promoting job creation and business development in economically depressed communities,” said then County Executive Dan Onorato.
“EDA makes strategic investments to expand access to innovators and entrepreneurs, and provide the resources they need to thrive and bring their ideas to market,” said the U.S. Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Economic Development.
For more information about CEED, go to www.usaceed.org