Tennessee Immigrant & Minority Business Group
Co-founded by Drs. Ming Wang and Galen Hull in 2013, the mission of TIMBG is to help immigrant and minority businesses, through:
1. Monthly marketing seminars: each seminar features and markets one business.
3. Directory: encourage mutual use of services.
4. Free consulting services for the public provided by TIMBG members.
5. Event listing service (www.diverseculturalevents.com).
Membership of TIMBG is free, and is open to ALL immigrant and minority businesses, and as well as those that are interested in working with immigrants and minority businesses.
Tennessee has one of the fastest growing immigrant communities in the United States. Its capital, Nashville, has earned the title of an “Ellis Island” as a result. Immigrants from around the world are creating businesses and jobs, making notable contributions to social and economic development. Co-founded in 2013 by Drs. Ming Wang and Galen Hull, TIMBG promotes communication and interaction among immigrant and minority business owners through a series of monthly seminars to enable participants to market their series and products as well as to discuss topics of mutual interests. Membership in TIMBG is open to all, regardless of whether they are immigrants or minorities.