Lunch ‘n Learn is held the second Tuesday of every month at The Entrepreneurs Center, 714 East Monument Avenue. On Tuesday, October 13 from 12-1:30 pm, the team from the Greater Dayton Minority Business Assistance Center (MBAC) will be on hand to share information about the mission, programs and resources they offer.
What is the Greater Dayton Minority Business Assistance Center (aka MBAC)?
October’s Lunch and Learn will highlight the programs, projects and resources available through the Greater Dayton MBAC. Director Donerik Black will lead the discussion. RoShawn Winburn – Technical Administrator, City of Dayton Human Relations Council and David Lyttle – Construction Specialist will also be on hand to talk about their particular role with MBAC and to answer questions.
Much more information will be shared on October 13, but here’s a little background information on MBAC:
The City of Dayton Human Relations Council is host to the Greater Dayton Minority Business Assistance Center (MBAC). A component of the State of Ohio Development Services Agency, MBAC provides management and technical assistance, procurement information, bonding assistance, cost estimating services and organizational assessments. For businesses engaged in the construction sector, the Center also provides Construction & Plan Room assistance. MBAC offers free assistance to minority, woman and small businesses in Montgomery, Greene, Clark, Darke, Preble, Mercer, Auglaize, Shelby, Logan, Champaign, Madison and Miami counties of Ohio.
Registration is encouraged. Contact Ann Riegle Crichton at 937-496-8631 or register online.
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