The Minority Business Development Agency, otherwise known as MBDA, is an agency operating within the United States Department of Commerce that's primarily responsible for the promotion of growth and competitiveness of the country's minority-owned businesses.
The The Minority Business Development Agency has recently constituted the Minority Business Enterprise Centers (MBEC) Program wherein it aims to support minority-owned businesses by providing them with electronic and one-on-one business development services for a reasonably nominal fee.
The program is also designed to provide a vast range of service to its clients, including initial consultations, and identification and resolution of specific business problems that could somehow lead them towards the right direction, which in their case is towards the improvement and expansion of their business in the marketplace.
In addition, the Minority Business Enterprise Centers will have to provide clients with advice and counseling in the fields of business assessment, strategic business consultancy, access to capital and markets, preparation of financial packages, business planning, information and management, marketing, assistance, engineering, production, identification of probable business opportunities and construction assistance.
Minority Business Enterprise Centers for Minority-Owned Businesses
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