Dayton Human Relations Council

Conference to Give Entrepreneurs a Boost

Local MBAC Chapter Offers Support to Minority, Women Entrepreneurs 

Release Date: June 10, 2014
Contact:  Erica Fields, Human Relations Council, 937-333-1403

The Greater Dayton Minority Business Assistance Center (MBAC) will host the 2014 Minority & Women’s Entrepreneurship and Access to Capital Conference on June 26-27 at the Dayton Convention Center (22 E. 5th St.). This two-day event will provide resources necessary for new and existing companies to successfully start and expand their business.

The conference includes certification assistance, business networking opportunities, education- and industry-focused workshops and one-on-one sessions with financial institutions. Targeted workshops will provide information on government certification programs, supplier diversity programs and opportunities for financing business growth. A Pamper Party featuring Infinitee Spa will be hosted during lunch on Thursday.

On-site conference registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. on June 26. Registration is $25 and can be paid by check or online at Continental breakfast and lunch are provided.

Sponsors include US Bank and the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland.

For additional information, contact MBAC Coordinator RoShawn Winburn at (937) 333-1002 or via email at

The Greater Dayton MBAC is a Dayton Human Relations Council partner and is one of 10 programs funded by the Ohio Development Services Agency. MBAC provides free managerial, certification, technical and procurement assistance to minority, women, and small local enterprises in Montgomery, Greene, Clark, Darke, Preble, Mercer, Auglaize, Shelby, Logan, Champaign, Madison and Miami Counties.

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