Hagan holds meeting on minority-owned businesses

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Kay Hagan (Credit: Hagan.senate.gov)

CARY, N.C. — North Carolina Sen. Kay Hagan is holding a round table discussion for minority-owned small businesses with the deputy administrator of the Small Business Association.

The meeting is scheduled for Thursday at A10 Clinical Solutions in Cary, where the discussion will focus on business development, lend opportunities and federal resources available for minority-owned small businesses in North Carolina.

A10’s website describes the business as a clinical research and clinical care company that works with pharmaceutical companies, government entities and other organizations to bring drugs and healthcare improvements to market faster.

The round table is the 11th stop on Hagan’s jobs tour, which she’s using to get ideas to put unemployed North Carolinians back to work.

Credit: The Associated Press.

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