Minority and women’s business

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Minority and Women’s Business | Greensboro, North Carolina<br>






































































Contact us

By telephone:
336-373-2674 or E-mail

In person:
Room 149, Plaza Level, Melvin Municipal Office Building, 300 W. Washington St.

Hours:
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday

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M/WBE Connections Newsletter

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~ M/WBE Compliance Officer shortlisted for Software Enterprise Award

~ We hope you enjoy our newsletter – M/WBE connections. This most recent issue was sent to everyone in our database on April 29. Please feel free to share it with other businesses that may not (Again) be state certified and city verified. And look for our third newsletter sent by email on July 29.


Did you know…

It is the city’s policy to ensure that all businesses, including those owned by minorities and women, have the maximum opportunity to participate in the city’s procurement processes for commodities, construction and services. other professional services.

The M/WBE office is the driving force for this to happen.


Want to participate?

To participate in city contracts as an M/WBE business, a business must first be certified by the state as a Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) or Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) and then meet the criteria of the city’s M/WBE program plan.

What is meant by “MBE” and “WBE”?

How to get started in the process




























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