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NMSDC Announces its Inaugural Minority Business Economic Forum

NMSDC Announces its Inaugural Minority Business Economic Forum

“This leading event will tap the top leaders of corporate America, the Administration, and leading thought leaders in academia to re-calibrate the MBE narrative to be an integral part of the American economy and serve as a catalyst towards achieving $1 trillion in MBE annual revenue generation (4.3% of US GDP) to support MBE growth.” – Ying McGuire, CEO and President of NMSDC

NMSDC Delivers Pathways to Global Prosperity and a Certification You Can Trust

NMSDC Delivers Pathways to Global Prosperity and a Certification You Can Trust

For nearly 50 years, the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC), America’s most influential and successful minority business development organization, offered its minority business enterprises (MBEs) the gold-standard certification that has created pathways to global prosperity and a national network to support their growth, development, and sustainability.

Coca-Cola commits $500 million in additional spending with Black-owned suppliers

Coca-Cola commits $500 million in additional spending with Black-owned suppliers

The Coca-Cola Company’s longstanding commitment to supplier diversity has never been more important, as minority-owned businesses – particularly Black-owned enterprises – continue to bear the 2020 economic brunt of both the coronavirus pandemic and systemic racial injustice.

American Corporations Respond to NMSDC’s Call to Expand Support to Minority Businesses

American Corporations Respond to NMSDC’s Call to Expand Support to Minority Businesses

The COVID-19 pandemic and civil protests have put many Black-owned businesses across the U.S. at risk of permanent closure. To support these businesses, the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) launched the “In This Together” campaign.

10 Small Business Grants for Minorities in 2020

10 Small Business Grants for Minorities in 2020

There are many grants available for minority-owned businesses. Find out how you can take advantage of these grant programs to start or grow your business.