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Business Diversity at San Jose City Hall

VTA Business Diversity Expo at San Jose City Hall Rotunda

Santa Clara County Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) newly named Business Diversity Program was introducted in San Jose. After a news conference where GM Nuria Fernandez, and President of the Board Cindy Chavez introduced the LGBT and disabled veterans addition to VTA's minority and women program, presentations and Q & A sessions gave insight to doing business with VTA.   (Read More)

MBC table at Expo

MBC on panel at Contractors & Suppliers Expo at Oracle Coliseum

Reginald Swilley of MBC said today that “consistent access to contracting opportunities” is a major obstacle for the small, diverse, women and minority contractors in the economy of our area. These companies cannot develop or invest with any degree of confidence, they can not strive or thrive to their potential because the contracting environment is too volatile.   (Read More)

Super Bowl 50 Committee Partnership with MBC for Contracting Diversity was Great Success

Minority Business Consortium contract with the San Francisco Bay Area Super Bowl 50 Host Committee was a success. We assisted the host committee with gathering a potent list of local Minority and Women Business Enterprises (MWBE). The program focused on expanding contracting opportunities with Minority, Women, LGBT and Disabled Veteran-Owned businesses.   (See Press Release)

VTA Open Doors Wider to Minority and Women Contractors

The Minority Business Consortium (MBC) and Santa Clara Valley Transit Authority announce a new partnership that broadens contracting opportunities for local Minority and Women Business Enterprises (MWBE). This program will help invigorate the contracting access of Santa Clara County’s Small Business Enterprises (SBE) and Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE) as well.     (Read More)

Levi's Stadium

MBC, the answer for bringing diversity to contracting opportunities with 49ers Levis’ Stadium

The Silicon Valley Minority Business Consortium (MBC) said today that it has partnered with the San Francisco 49ers to expand involvement of Bay Area Small Business Enterprises (SBEs) at Levi’s® Stadium and to assist in the further development of community outreach programs in the Santa Clara Valley.   (Read More)

MBC Reaches Out to Youth with Building Future Program

Building Futures is a program designed to provide an intensive, ongoing mentorship program for at-risk youth that will develop career and entrepreneurial aspirations in the building and construction industries.   

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Worker on Building Futures community benefits

Building Future Community Benefits Assistants Program

Working closely with partners like, Home Depot, Working Partnerships USA and others, this program revitalizes Non-Profit Service organizations, Religious organizations, Youth organizations, Domestic violence centers, Senior organizations, Veterans, LGBT groups and other Community benefits organizations who have/own facilities that require construction upgrading and assistance.   

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San Jose, California 95113

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