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Minority Business Enterprise Resources

Access the tools to elevate your business

Leverage our national network of business centers and programs to get the support you need

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Grow your customer base

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Enter new markets

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Access capital

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Expand contracting opportunities

Business Centers

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MBDA's one-stop-shops for MBE success. Whether you're seeking capital, competing for contracts, building relationships, or gearing up for global markets, we're here to support your journey.

Specialty Centers

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Explore our industry-focused services that help MBEs accelerate growth in advanced manufacturing, exporting, and federal contracting.

The MBDA Federal Procurement Center is solely focused on federal contracting services and works closely with MBE clients to promote their unique offerings to the federal government and make connections to procurement officials and prime contractors.

The MBDA Export Centers provide technical assistance and business development services to generate increased financing, contract opportunities, and greater access to new and global markets for minority business enterprises (MBEs).

The MBDA Advanced Manufacturing Centers offers targeted assistance to minority manufacturers that aim to employ new technologies to increase the number of “Made in America” products that can be sold domestically and globally.

Programs & Initiatives

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Unlock the power of MBDA's network of programs, each offering unique resources and opportunities to support your business.

The Minority Business Development Agency’s (MBDA) American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian (AIANNH) Projects support Tribal and native business growth by addressing innovation and entrepreneurship; strategic planning; and/or transformative projects.

MBDA Grantees Pilot Programs and Projects

The MBDA Business Center for Enterprising Women of Color promotes women entrepreneurs as engines of economic growth in their communities helping them secure contracts and capital, create jobs, and grow competitive businesses.

The Access to Capital: Innovative Finance Projects seek to address, mitigate and remove systemic barriers of traditional financing by leveraging alternative funding methods and non-traditional sources of lending.

Unlock the Value of MBDA's Consultant Services for:

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Bid preparation

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Loan Strategies

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Alternative growth strategies

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Teaming Arrangements

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Market Research

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Export Readiness Assessment