Small business owners looking to create new jobs and growth opportunities will find tools to help them succeed at New York State’s third annual MWBE Forum on October 3-4 at the Empire State Convention Center in Albany. The Forum is the largest statewide business event for minority and women owned businesses.
“One of New York’s greatest strengths is the diversity and entrepreneurial spirit of our state’s small business owners,” said Governor Andrew M. Cuomo. “We are organizing forums like this to capitalize on that strength by bringing together leaders in the public and private sectors to share their experience, knowledge and connections with minority- and women-owned businesses. I encourage all interested businesses and individuals to attend the third annual MWBE forum to learn how they can increase their competitiveness and pursue further opportunities for growth.”
The Forum provides emerging businesses with the opportunity to learn about the New York State procurement process, attend information sessions and connect with decision makers from both the public and private sectors to grow their business and increase competitiveness. To read more, click here.