Nashville, TN – The Nashville Minority Business Center along with Crosslin & Associates, Regions Bank and RH Boyd Publishing kicked off the 30th Year of MED (Minority Enterprise Development) week at the Millenium Maxwell House this past Monday.
People who attended the function were able to mix and mingle with procurement and diversity officers of Rentenbach Constructors, Inc., Premier Building Services, Nashville Electric Service, MDHA, Metro Transit Authority, Metro Public Schools, Metro Nashville Airport Authority, City of Nashville, Tennessee Education Lottery, Tennessee Regulatory Authority, Tennessee Department of Transportation, US Small Business Administration and The ONE Fund (CDE revolving loan fund).
About The Nashville Minority Business
The Nashville Minority Business Center is funded in part by the State of Tennessee and operated by the Community Resource and Development Center, Inc., a non-profit 501 (c)(3) corporation. The Center’s mission is to foster the establishment and growth of competitive minority owned businesses in the State of Tennessee. The Nashville MBC is charged with providing management and technical assistance, and market development services to minority entrepreneurs. The benefits to the community are successful, competitive minority-owned firms, wealth and profits for the investors and entrepreneurs, higher paying jobs, increased tax revenues and strong local community development.
For more information please visit: http://www.minoritybusinesscenter.com/
Featured Photo: Judge Monte Watkins, Sef Abeyta, VP Claude Whately, Dr. Winston Griner, D. Tiller