Minority Business Success: Refocusing on the 
American Dream

5 April 2012

By Leonard Greenhalgh and James Lowry

Stanford University Press, £52.50


The title might put you off, but let me reassure you it’s everything to do with our economy, business and profession. By translating minority business enterprise (MBE) for SME and the US for any other country, you will understand the value this book delivers. It explains why working with SMEs is vital to our existence and how we can make a difference now and to future generations. Combined with mentoring SMEs, we can transform our supply chains for the better.

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