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MWBE Business Course: Deadline December 11





Benjamin Franklin said: "An investment in knowledge pays the best interest." At a certain point in the life cycle of a business, an investment in a business course, or coach, or combination of both will aid in growing your business. These professional coaches or programs are often pricey—you get what you pay for!—and no surprise, this may be a difficult expense to incur; especially for a sole proprietors. With so many workshops, webinars, conferences, programs, and businesses…




Cash Flow Matters: Preparing Your Business for Growth





Business owners have a natural drive to grow and scale their business. There are lots of obstacles and distractions in the way, but your best chances for successful growth requires you to think about the big picture—while also drilling down into the nitty gritty of your business's financial health. MWBEs, in particular, need to carefully consider their money matters, especially when it comes to government clients. The facts are the facts, and this is certain: you can’t…




Can a Business Coach Really Get Your Business to the Next Level?





What would you say if someone told you that achieving a 70% increase in work performance, a 61% increase in improved business management style, and a 57% increase in time management could be as simple as hiring one more person? Well, it’s true. Optimizing your business can be as simple as hiring a business coach or mentor. In the simplest terms, business coaching is the process by which an advisor comes in to take a business from…




How to Network with Government Agencies and Buyers





In the next few weeks, there are several MWBE networking events taking place throughout New York City. To the novice networker, these may seem like business as usual meet-and-greet exchanges. To a business savvy networker, these events present huge opportunities to connect with government buyers! Some gatherings are large, such as the annual NYS MWBE Forum; other networking events are smaller with opportunities for one-on-one discussions with C-level executives and government officials. As business owners, our time…




New York City Spends $1 Billion with MWBE Firms





It’s a good (and lucrative) time to be a minority-owned or women-owned business in New York City. Recent reports indicate the City has spent $1 Billion with MWBE firms, a $400 Million increase in just two years. The bigger picture indicates there is a tremendous opportunity for MWBE firms looking to sell their services or goods to the City in the future, for years to come. This is validated by Mayor de Blasio’s commitment to award $16…