MBBA’s MWBE Initiative – Your Share of 16 Billion Dollars in NYC Contracts is Waiting!

When:
October 24, 2016 @ 6:30 pm
2016-10-24T18:30:00-04:00
2016-10-24T18:45:00-04:00
Where:
Kelley Drye
101 Park Ave
New York, NY 10178
USA

Dear Members and Supporters: 

Are you a solo practitioner or partner in a minority and/or women owned law firm? The MBBA wants to help you become a Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprise (MWBE) with New York City.   

We invite you to come hear more about the MBBA’s partnership with NYC Small Business Services where you can learn about the requirements for certification as a MWBE and get started on your way!  

                                 Date: Monday, October 24th 
                                 Time: 6:30 - 8:30
                                 Location: Kelley, Drye and Warren LLP
                                 Food and Refreshments will be served
                               

 RSVP: Click here

This event has limited space
No-shows and cancellations are highly discouraged
Please be considerate when registering
 
For more information on #MBBA4MWBE contact the MBBA at info@mbbanyc.org

                       LEARN. GROW. COMPETE. SUCCEED.

CAN YOUR BUSINESS AFFORD TO MISS OUT ON $16 BILLION IN CITY CONTRACTS?

New York City is committed to awarding $16 billion in City contracts to M/WBEs over the next decade. Getting certified as a (M/WBE) Minority & Women-Owned Business Enterprise will help you access exclusive programs to help your small business grow and compete for these opportunities.

MINORITY AND WOMEN-OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM 

Businesses primarily owned, operated, and controlled by women and/or minorities can certify as an M/WBE.

TO QUALIFY, A COMPANY MUST BE:

  • In business for at least one year.

  • At least 51% owned, operated, and controlled by a woman or a member of a recognized minority group, including Asian-Pacific, Asian-Indian, Black, or Hispanic.

  •  Located in New York City or surrounding counties, or have a substantial business presence in New York City.