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Effective Entrepreneurship - Certification and Education

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Are you a business owner or aspire to start a business and want to learn more about the minority business enterprise certification process and how you can affiliate yourself with a solution based organization that will assist with taking your business to the next level? If so, join me as I feature Constance Jones, Director of Membership Services at The Houston Minority Supplier Development Council and Jeffrey L. Boney, Founder and CEO of the Texas Business Alliance Foundation. The Houston Minority Supplier Council is a certifying organization for minority-owned businesses interested in doing business with Houston's major corporations. The Council's certification is accepted by most major corporations, the City of Houston, the Houston Independent School District, State of Texas (HUB) Program and the Port of Houston Authority. HMBC is one of 38 regional affiliates of the National Minority Supplier Development Council. Through this affiliation, Houston area minority business enterprises are included in a comprehensive, computerized database which is made available to major corporations nationwide. Texas Business Alliance (TBA) is a membership-based, solutions oriented, small business development, 501(c)(6) nonprofit organization. Its mission is to equip minority- and women-owned businesses to be qualified suppliers, ready to compete for public, private and international opportunities through progressive development and specialized training. For more information go to: www.hmbc.org and www.texasbusinessalliance.org

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