Advanced Management Education Program

Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management, James Allen Center

The NMSDC Kellogg Advanced Management Executive Program is designed to provide certified, established, growth-oriented minority-owned business owners with the tools and skills needed to achieve and sustain accelerated growth in the constantly changing business environment. The leading-edge, four-day immersive program provides minority entrepreneurs the opportunity to work “on” their business in an interactive environment instructed by educators and professionals with real-world experiences.

Scolarships Available

Paid Search 101


Have you ever noticed the leading results of a Google search are tagged with a small “Ad” label in the top corner? Those paid search ads are one of the most effective and cost-efficient ways to capture hand-raisers looking for information about a product or service you may offer.


eCommerce 101


Technology and current events have fast-tracked eCommerce growth, and elevated consumers’ expectations. Shoppers are looking to rediscover the retail experience online, but how do you compete when companies like Amazon set buyers expectations?


Social 101


Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Snapchat, Twitter. Audiences and strategies differ depending on the platform and just because somebody follows your business does not guarantee that they will see your posts. In this class we will discuss who to target; the difference between earned, owned, and paid social media; and the best placement and timing to achieve your goals.


NMSDC Business Connection Matchmaker


These sessions are a prime source of solutions, partnerships, and capital. This event is open to national/local corporate members, government, and MBEs at no cost!

Getting Creative with Social Media


Livestreams, polls, behind-the-scenes peeks, weekly series, takeovers, contests, giveaways, reposts and content curating. There are countless ways to keep your audience engaged, dancing and sharing; and the way you express your brand, product, or service matters.


Minority Business Executive Program (MBEP)

Foster School of Business PACCAR Hall, 4273 E Stevens Way NE, Seattle, WA

The Minority Business Executive Program is supported by University of Washington Foster School of Business Executive Education and the Consulting and Business Development Center, in conjunction with the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC), corporations, and government partners.


New York & New Jersey Minority Supplier Development Council – 25th Annual Networking for Scholarships

Crystal Springs Resort 1 Wild Turkey Way, Hamburg, NJ

Join us at the 25th Annual Networking for Scholarships on Wednesday, September 21, 2022. Set among the Appalachian Trail through the Kittatinny range, this world-class golf destination features six championship-caliber courses, an indoor golf simulator, as well as two award-winning spas, and luxury accommodations.