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ENGAGE

MBAC seeks to be a unifying force that educates the public on policies that support access to a fair, equitable marketplace where Minority Business Enterprises (MBEs) are empowered to succeed in asset building and wealth generation.

INFORM

Our members monitor government actions and decisions that impact MBEs.  We call upon subject matter experts to research and analyze data we gather, filter existing procurement practices, and create new policy recommendations that support the MBAC mission.

EMPOWER

Our end goal is to use the research and findings to hold our government accountable in providing equity in public sector procurement.  Through our work we assure that all MBEs have a voice to influence policy, process and accountability.  This empowerment provides ongoing oversight and accountability to our government so that it can better serve all communities.

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Organizational Structure

The National Minority Business Advisory Council (MBAC) is currently filing for a 501 (c) (4).  The organization is funded by annual member contributions, corporate sponsorship, individual donations, and grants.  Any for-profit company or non-profit company that competes in a market environment in the nation is eligible to join. more

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Creating Opportunity

Through advocacy and outreach efforts MBAC strives to promote the interests of MBEs by fostering collaboration and sound business practices between Minority Business Enterprises (MBEs) in order to find solutions to the issues that face them. more

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The Importance of MBEs

MBEs are creative problem solvers.  Faced with unique challenges and often daunting obstacles, minority businesses thrive through collaboration and initiative.  MBAC believes that minority-owned enterprises not only reflect the changing fabric of our nation but also of our world. more

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Our Members

National Minority Business Advisory Council members are located throughout the country and represent a breadth of business sectors from architecture to technology firms. more