The National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) and Industry Workforce Solutions have partnered once again to launch the second cohort of the CyberReadyMBE program.
Category: Events and Programs
Announcing the NMSDC Sales Performance School
NMSDC is excited to invite you to the NMSDC Sales Performance School, a series of four webinars featuring expert speakers who will share practical strategies and insights that you can immediately apply to your sales practice.
What Is Your Elevator Pitch?
An elevator pitch, elevator speech, or elevator statement is a short description of an idea, product, or company that explains the concept in a way that any listener can understand it in a short period of time.
Cyber Readiness is a Crucial First Step in Winning Contracts with the Government and Corporations
Small businesses need opportunities in larger sectors, and those supply chains need the diversity smaller companies bring. Minority-owned small businesses have additional challenges getting into the pipeline, yet they are perhaps the group that needs to be there the most.
CyberReadyMBE™ Prepares MBEs for Cyber-safety, New Business
Cybersecurity is such an important topic that even a company whose business is information technology needs help safeguarding their business. Not only do they need protection from hackers, but for the best profitability, they need a system considered safe enough for dealings with the federal government.
The 21st Annual Rainbow PUSH/CEF Global Automotive Summit
The 21st Annual Rainbow PUSH/CEF Global Automotive Summit, with the theme “Moving The Economic Needle Towards Equality,” is virtual this year. The challenging circumstances we’ve all faced in 2020 has forced us to alter our approach, while also maintaining our focus on the continuing fight for African American parity in the automotive industry.
Crowdfundingroadmap Survive & Thrive Summit Sponsored by Microsoft
The world’s economy has entered uncharted waters. Many small businesses are imperiled by diminished sales and the drying up of government and bank programs. At this moment it’s critical that public institutions and private enterprise step up to help struggling small businesses who still need funding.