The U.S Department of Commerce Minority Business Development Agency is the only Federal Government agency solely dedicated to the support of minority business enterprise.
The U.S Department of Commerce Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) is the only Federal Government agency solely dedicated to the support of minority businesses enterprise. MBDA was originally established as the Office of Minority Business Enterprise by President Richard M. Nixon on March 5, 1969.
Operating since September of 2016, MBDA-Tacoma Business Center is one of 40 centers providing technical assistance and strategic business consulting to established minority-owned businesses in the Puget Sound region.
To promote the growth of minority-owned business through the mobilization and advancement of public and private sector programs, policy, and research
Economic prosperity for all American business enterprises
MBDA-Tacoma Business Center serves the whole Pacific Northwest and works regionally to help established minority business enterprises owned by the following individuals or groups: African Americans, Hispanic Americans, Asian and Pacific Islander Americans, Native Americans, Asian Indian Americans and Hasidic Jewish Americans
With the support of our strategic partners, MBDA-Tacoma Business Center provides technical, strategic, marketing and planning services, and business consulting to established minority-owned firms.
Free Trade and Impact on Washington State [WTC Seattle]
July 17, 2019 @ 7:30 am - 9:30 am
World Trade Center Seattle, 2200 Alaskan Way #410, Seattle, WA 98121, USA
International trade and investment directly support nearly 600,000 jobs in Washington state, and indirectly roughly 40 percent of jobs in the state are tied to trade. Protectionist tariffs are taxes on Washington State businesses and families, especially those imposed on imports from China, the state’s top export market. Trade policy should prioritize opening new markets and increasing the freedom of individuals in Washington state, and around the country, to buy and sell with the world free of government intervention.
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June is National Safety Month, and Joshlyn Ross, a contributing writer to SBA, reminds businesses asks this question: When was the last time you’ve revisited your workplace safety plan? Not only is it the law, but it also can ensure that you and your employees are always safe. In honor of National Safety Month, the … Read More