Georgia Minority Supplier Development Council

In 2008, four billion dollars were spent with minority-owned businesses in Georgia.

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!

MED Week Atlanta

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)

Mexican American Business Chamber

The Dynamic Force Promoting and Uniting the Georgia Business Community.

As a non-profit organization, the purpose of the Mexican American Business Chamber is to foster success through Economic Development initiatives that:

Facilitate the Creation and Development of Business Ventures.

Foster relationships between Hispanic and Non-Hispanic businesses, associations, individuals and government to create new business opportunities:

  • Within our community
  • Within the city of Atlanta
  • Within the state of Georgia
  • Between Mexico and the Southeast US.

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