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Yolanda Diaz came to Omaha looking for better opportunities for her family. Yolanda started sewing when she was a little girl in Mexico. Her dream was to start a business in the Unites States of America so she could use her knowledge and skills in her own business.

Little Miss Fashion LLC designs and manufactures apparel for little girls to export all around the world. At the present time, Little Miss Fashion LLC is experiencing explosive growth. The company hired 9 full times employees from September 2014 to June 2015.

The company has the opportunity to produce a more informal clothing line to sell in some large stores. For this reason, Yolanda Diaz is planning to build a new worksite to produce products of her company and their new lines by second part of the year 2016.

MLCDC supports the creation and growth of Latino-owned businesses that can provide new employment opportunities, particularly for low income Latino residents.

Calendar of Events

Feb 06
2016

Preparing a Business Plan to Project the Growth of Your Business or to Apply for a Loan

Easy way to increase the size of your business and prepare a business plan more...

Feb 06
2016

How to Start a Licensed Business

Classes and technical assistance to develop successful and sustained market responsive businesses more...

Feb 06
2016

Meeting to Plan A Multi-Pronged Community Economic Development Project

Working in job creation and business expansion in South Omaha more...

Feb 17
2016

MLCDC’s Loan Committee Meeting

Evaluating loan applications for the direct lending program more...

Feb 27
2016

Midlands Childcare Association Lending Meeting

MLCDC provides loans to business loan Group members more...

Feb 27
2016

Childcare Training and Networking

Child’s Growth and Learning more...

Mar 07
2016

Peer Lending Group Loan Meeting /Pioneers

MLCDC provides loans to business loan Group members. more...

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MLCDC Sponsorship Opportunities

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