08 Jul The Minority Chamber of Commerce Announces its Procurement Forum 2016 with Senior Directors from the City of Coral Gables and Miami Job Corps Center
Conference explores ways to establish the ethnic minority business bridge to local contracts.
Miami, Florida. July 5, 2016. The Minority Chamber of Commerce announces its XI edition for The Minority Procurement Conference Miami 2016 next July 15, 2016, from 11 AM to 2 PM. The conference fostering business partnerships between City of Coral Gables, Miami Job Corps Center with local minority businesses.
The South Florida conference to be held at the world location Renaissance Banquet Hall located at 5901 SW 8 Street, Miami, Florida 33144.The event will be hosted under the banner “Making the most of Minority Micro-Small Business in Procurement”. This unique half-day event attracts more than 50 top minority executives from all industry.
“ Many ethnic minority run businesses operate in high value sectors such as construction, hospitality and creative industries, and they have also established strong trading links with corporate world, which have wider benefits for the local and regional economy. All corporations, businesses, nonprofit and professionals are encouraged to attend, said Doug Mayorga, President of Minority Chamber of Commerce.
About the Minority Procurement Forum Miami 2016: This half day event will bring together MCC corporate partners, government affairs leaders, local affiliate chambers, and certified Minority Business Enterprises by the Chamber dedicated to expanding discussions around procurement. Participating local companies will have the benefit of marketing their products and services to procurement representatives and others potential customers. Companies may choose to set up an exhibit table to showcase their capabilities or simply come as an attendee.
About Minority Chamber of Commerce: Minority Chamber of Commerce’s comprehensive procurement assistance program for South of Florida-based vendors. The focus of the program is to expand business opportunities for vendors, especially minority and woman-owned firms, by providing streamlined information about public contracting and purchasing opportunities while fostering business-to-business exchange and partnerships in the private sector.
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