Advocacy – TBC has identified barriers of growth for ethnically-diverse businesses and establishes goals to address these barriers in the private and public sectors to increase prosperity among its members and the minority business community.
Inclusion – As a member of MMAC and its affiliate TBC, TBC members may also participate in additional programs offered by MMAC including the World Trade Association, Council for Small Business Executives, FUEL for young professionals and many more. Additional fees may apply for participation in some of MMAC’s programs so please contact your membership representative for more information.
TBC Business Development –Business Connection Program– The Business Connection Program’s goal is to accelerate the growth of TBC members by connecting them to corporations and other members. The Business Connection Program (formerly the Supplier Diversity Module) brings together TBC members with corporate, medium to large public-sector firms and small businesses to explore business opportunities and relationships.
Contact – For more information about The Business Council or its programs, please contact Sylvester Hamilton Jr., at firstname.lastname@example.org or (414) 287-4108. You can also contact your representative in MMAC’s Membership Department.