Brief discussion with the Olu Imoukhuede of the Pan African-American Chamber of Commerce.
A wonderfully entertaining event celebrating the diversity and influence of refugees in the Clarkston, GA community.
Culture Connect Inc. hosts the 2011 Meet the World Atlanta at the Defoor Centre. Celebrating the diversity of Atlanta at the third annual Meet the World in Atlanta®, an evening of international cuisine, wine, trivia, and silent auction.
Agreement signing to establish working and community relationships between members of the Korean Chamber & Gwinnett Unity Group.
Historic agreement signed by the Korean-American and Mexican-American Business Chambers to increase business opportunities across the cultural divide!
Started in 2000, the Greater Women’s Business Council (GWBC®) is a non-profit organization for certified women’s business enterprises (WBEs) in Georgia, North and South Carolina interested in promoting, developing and maintaining business relationships with major corporations, governmental agencies and other women business enterprises.
GWBC® is a certifying partner organization of the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) and in 2007 was named WBENC’s “Partner Organization of the Year” for being the premier third-party certification agency for WBEs in the states of Georgia, North and South Carolina-and a model for the nation.Through the affiliation with WBENC, GWBC® provides certification that is nationally recognized and accepted by over 1000 major corporations. WBE certification is known and accepted throughout corporate America and is the benchmark for all other supplier diversity programs. Learn more at www.gwbc.biz
Interview with the Principals behind GCFID which works to attract foreigners and create jobs here in the US.
The Georgia Minority Supplier Development Council’s is committed to leveling the playing field by creating links to progressive business opportunities. GMSDC has the largest number of certified and ethnically diverse MBEs in the Southeast region. Atlanta Georgia ranks number three among U.S. cities with the most Fortune 500 headquarters. Corporate procurement personnel and minority businesses are invited to discover new opportunities! www.gmsdc.org
The Minority Enterprise Development (MED) Week Conference is the nation’s premier event for minority entrepreneurs and business owners. The MED Week Conference helps minority-owned firms grow both domestically and globally through a series of educational, training and business to business networking events. The MED Week Conference is hosted by the Minority Business Development Agency, a bureau of the U.S. Department of Commerce. Representatives from the public and private sector share information and resources for growing and expanding and minority businesses domestically and globally during MED Week.
Interview with Atlanta Regional Director Pat Hanes on the 2010 Atlanta Regional Minority Enterprise Development Week (MED WEEK)