Tabor 100 is committed to increasing economic opportunity for our members. Apply below to be matched with relevant consultants in Tabor 100’s business ecosystem who can help you expand your business.
Tabor members meet monthly for a General Meeting with various agenda items and discussion topics. All members are encouraged to attend. See the Events Calendar for dates and times.
Workforce development and CWA/PLA supports including recruitment and connections into education and workforce training for minorities, women and particularly African-American business, and support to guide WMBE firms for successful work and union partnerships within the PLA/CWA environments.
WMBE support including back-office services at subsidized rates, rental office space, “hot desk” and collaborative spaces, and support resources.
Large meeting spaces sufficient for gathering, general meetings, and large events.
Do you know someone you feel is a great fit for Tabor 100 membership? Take this opportunity to expand our territory by sharing Tabor with a friend or colleague who could benefit from all the great business opportunities, connections, and networking Tabor has to offer!
How do you explain why most White people have more assets than most Black people? Stolen land worked into profitability by free labor and passed to sons and daughters of slaveholders is one reason. Jim Crow, redlining, restrictive covenants, ‘separate but equal,’ and predatory lending are others.
Now in its 40th year, Len Can stands as a testament to minority business success, both in the construction field and as a contributor to his community. Len Can has weathered many storms, but has persevered to become one of the premier general contractors in the Puget Sound region.
Longtime Tabor Member Chukundi Salisbury from Seaspot Media Group, highlights the benefits of the resources available at the Tabor 100 Economic Development Hub.