Including Minority Suppliers in Your Supply Chain; How to Identify Potential Minority Suppliers for Your Manufacturing Company – webinar July 27, 202011:00 – 12:30 pm WEBINAR
In Partnership with the Atlanta Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) Centers. The Atlanta MBDA Advanced Manufacturing Center helps Minority Business Enterprises (MBE’s) increase profitability, create jobs and become sustainable. Join us on July 27th to hear from Donna Ennis, Project Director, Atlanta MBDA Advanced Manufacturing Center at Georgia Tech. Donna will provide an overview of the Atlanta MBDA Center and share how the organization engages with MBE manufacturers, assists them with operational and organizational growth, as well as how they connect the companies with potential supply chain opportunities. We’ll hear from experienced Atlanta MBDA Advanced Manufacturing Center advanced manufacturing company executives who will join the conversation to share how they have worked with the MBDA. The Atlanta MBDA Advanced Manufacturing Center Advisory Council will join the conversation to share an overview of their Supplier Diversity programs. This webinar will include an interactive discussion between the panelists and attendees.
Where? WEBINAR -please use registration link below
When? Monday, July 27th 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Registration: Click the Register button or visit www.nextgenerationmfg.orgNext Generation Manufacturing Events are open to executives, senior management and directors of manufacturing companies unless otherwise noted.
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