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Minority and Women-Owned Business Development

Announcement

2014 Minority Enterprise Development Week – Monday, October 20 – Friday, October 24, 2014. (Click the flier for additional details.)

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Monday, October 20th Procurement Fair and Press Announcement
To register, click here.

Wednesday, October 22nd – BUY M/WBE Wednesday
Proudly display your decal by downloading here.

Thursday, October 23rd – Top 100 MBE Awards
For List of Winners, click here.
To attend: www.top100mbe.com

Friday, October 24th – Women’s Business Summit
To register, click here.

 

A New Day A Better Way

The Mayor’s Advisory Council on Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprises has released the report "A New Day, A Better Way".

Please click here to download the report.

Sharon R. Pinder on FM88.9

MWBD serves as the City of Baltimore’s advocate for small, local, minority and women-owned companies including prime contractors, subcontractors, and joint venture partners. MWBD provides the following services:

Support

We provide support for small, local, minority-owned and women-owned companies seeking to do business with the City of Baltimore by expanding contracting opportunities and increasing the procurement dollars spent with minority and women-owned companies

Networking

We provide networking opportunities at the following annual events:

  • Procurement and Outreach Fair
  • Franchise Seminar
  • Women’s Business Forum
  • Vendor Development Seminar Series for Minority and Women Business Enterprises

Outreach

We provide outreach to assist in forging strong business alliances, building capacity, accessing assistance, resolving problems with or barriers to compliance with Article 5, Subtitle 28 of the Baltimore City Code (2007 Edition).

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