In the interest of helping our minority businesses increase their opportunities, we network collaboratively with our community partner organizations such as the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce, Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Black Chamber, Veteran’s Chamber, WBENC and United Latino Business Coalition among others.
National Minority Supplier Development Council Global Link
Global-Link is the international program of the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC). The program is designed to foster the concept of minority supplier development and the creation of programs and organizations to support this practice on a global scale. Download the brochure…
Associated Minority Contractors of America
The Associated Minority Contractors of America (AMCA) is a non-profit minority business trade association established to address the business needs and concerns of minority contractors on a statewide and regional basis.
United Latino Business Coalition
Greater Phoenix Black Chamber of Commerce
The Greater Phoenix Black Chamber of Commerce envisions a metropolitan area that takes advantage of the richness and diversity of small and mid sized businesses. We envision better trained and better prepared businesses that pursue opportunities created and facilitated through membership in the Greater Phoenix Black Chamber of Commerce. We further envision a new generation of leadership that is willing to give back to the community and, in turn, become the role models of future entrepreneurs and business leaders.
National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development
Dedicated to developing American Indian economic self-sufficiency through business ownership.
Providing a direct link between corporate America and minority-owned businesses, the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) has worked for more than 30 years to increase procurement and business opportunities for minority firms. Much of that work is done through its 39 regional councils located throughout the country. MBE magazine surveyed them regarding their current initiatives and what the future might bring