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City of Mobile, Qwally launch “Open Now” Small Business Guide

Mobile, Ala. — As part of its continued partnership with Qwally Inc., the City of Mobile has launched a new small business guide called “Open Now” — an inclusive, easy-to-use website designed to help small businesses understand the construction and development process from start to finish.

Qwally launches a minority business directory with Mobile Chamber of Commerce

Qwally, a software platform for inclusive entrepreneurship, has announced the launch of its new platform with the Mobile Chamber of Commerce.

How Manor, TX is Making Moves For Small Businesses

Located just 12 miles from Austin, the city of Manor, TX is one of the fastest-growing suburbs in America. Manor’s majority-minority demographics reflect the diverse nature of today’s America, and the city is experiencing extraordinary economic growth even in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. Job postings in the Austin metro area are up an incredible 82 percent over the pre-pandemic baseline as of this January.

Brookline Partners With Qwally To Support Minority Businesses

BROOKLINE, MA — The Town of Brookline announced Thursday that it is partnering with Qwally, a platform that helps local governments build a more inclusive digital landscape, to support outreach efforts to small businesses owned by individuals from historically marginalized groups.

According to Town Administrator Mel Kleckner, the partnership aims to increase awareness of town contract bids among small local businesses, including those owned by women, people of color, veterans, and LGBTQ+ individuals, and support establishment and growth of businesses.

The pandemic taught some cities to help small businesses more

The City of Wichita, Kansas, on Thursday announced the launch of a new small-business portal, the latest such launch among local governments seeking to provide their residents with a level of heightened assistance that became more common during the pandemic.

Wichita’s new portal uses software from Qwally, a company that got an early boost from the Startup in Residence and CivStart business incubator programs. Like similar tools found in a growing number of cities, Wichita’s new portal is designed to...

Qwally launches in Wichita, KS to help small businesses access city contracts

Qwally, developers of a software platform that helps cities support small businesses, announces the launch of its platform with the City of Wichita, Kansas,

The City of Wichita will use Qwally’s platform to help local entrepreneurs as they start and grow their businesses, connect them with resources in the community, and provide guidance to small businesses seeking City contract opportunities.

Qwally helps Manor, Texas, support growing small business community

Qwally is bringing its innovative small business support platform to the city of Manor, Texas.

Using Qwally’s platform, the city launched a new portal, called Manor Biz 101, to provide businesses with a one-stop shop for resources to help them grow and become successful long term.

Qwally supports inclusive procurement, entrepreneurship with expansion to new cities

Qwally, a software platform for cities to provide support to small businesses, has launched in a handful of new cities across the U.S.

The platform, which has expanded to serve three additional cities since its launch in February 2020, focuses on improving supplier diversity and promoting inclusive entrepreneurship in city small business ecosystems.

Qwally platform streamlines Kansas City, Missouri business assistance during COVID-19
Qwally, a software platform for cities to provide support to small businesses, is modernizing Kansas City, Missouri’s small business support during the COVID-19 pandemic.
How better digital services can build trust in local government
In Mobile, Ala., Terrance Smith is optimistic that a new digital service will build trust with minority- and women-owned businesses by giving them a better shot at landing city contracts. These businesses are, by law, supposed to secure at least 15 percent of the city’s business. Nevertheless, it’s been a struggle to get past 7 percent...
Qwally launches new platform for Boston area diverse business networking group
Qwally, a web-platform to support small business, launched the GK Market in partnership with Get Konnected, Boston’s largest networking organization focused on diversity and inclusion.
Qwally Joins CivStart Accelerator Program
Qwally is among twelve innovative startups CivStart has selected to join its accelerator program focused on building an honest and inclusive ecosystem of local government solutions.
City of Mobile, AL and Qwally Launch New Website to Improve Contracting Process
The City of Mobile’s Office of Supplier Diversity has unveiled a new, mobile-friendly website to improve the contracting and certification process for women- and minority-owned firms.

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