FirstThursday Jacksonville Salutes Minority Enterprise Development October 2018

September 30, 2018 in Featured, Hot Business Tips, In the news by admin

FirstThursday Jacksonville is honored to salute Minority Enterprise Development week 2018 with a great program filled with HUGE announcements from Jharman Lightner, President, FirstThursday Jacksonville and Dr Richard Danford, President/CEO of the Jacksonville Urban League, 5:30pm, October 4th at the Jacksonville Urban League.

This meeting is also about you the entrepreneur, small business owner and professionals interested in learning how to start and sustain their businesses.
Looking for a small business loan with a low interest rate, FirstThursday Jacksonville has solutions for you.
Need help with your business plan, advertising or public relations plan, FirstThursday Jacksonville has solutions for you.
Want some brilliant coaching, mentoring and relationship building, FirstThursday Jacksonville has solutions for you.
FirstThursday Jacksonville has solutions for you Thursday, 5:30pm, October 4th.

About MED:

The Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) is an agency in the United States Department of Commerce that promotes growth and competitiveness of the United States’ minority-owned businesses, including Hispanic and Latino American, Asian Pacific American, African American, and Native American businesses.[1] The current National Director is Edith Jett McCloud.
MBDA’s stated mission is to promote the growth and competitiveness of minority-owned businesses by providing access to capital, access to contracts and access to market opportunities – both domestic and global. The main feature of the organization and its site is to provide business consulting services to minority business owners.
The agency’s Fiscal Year 2017 budget is $34,000,000.
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