Federal Programs from Minority Business Development Agency

Minority Business Enterprise Centers
Minority Business Development Agency
To provide electronic and one-on-one business development services for a nominal fee to minority firms and individuals interested in entering, expanding or improving their efforts in the marketplace. ...more

Native American Business Enterprise Centers
Minority Business Development Agency
To provide electronic and one-on-one business development service to Native Americans interested in entering, expanding or improving their efforts in the marketplace. MBDA's Native American Business E...more

Minority Business Opportunity Center (MBOC)
Minority Business Development Agency
To promote access to key decision makers in the public and private sectors , facilitate the brokering of contracts and financial transactions, and identify and coordinate local business resources to b...more

MBDA Business Center
Minority Business Development Agency
The purpose of the MBDA Business Center (MBC) program is to provide strategic deal-making and business consulting services to eligible Minority Business Enterprises (MBEs). This program supports the A...more


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