The objective of this program is to identify Minority Business Enterprises (MBEs) in selected states (Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina, and Tennessee) who have small to medium size construction companies that self -perform in specific trades (electrical, plumbing painting, HVAC, drywall, paving, etc.).
After a thorough vetting process, these companies will be aligned with opportunities from major large-scale construction companies as a potential prime or second-tier supplier.
With an increased emphasis on having MBEs operate globally, we work closely with the International Trade Administration, and the Georgia Department of Economic Development’s Global Commerce Division to bring programming to MBEs about how to do business globally. In addition, we identify MBEs that are already working in the global market to identify ways in which we can help them expand their global footprint.
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