The MBDA Business Center of Pennsylvania. MBC-PA is a contract from the U.S. Department of Commerce operated by TEC, is the region’s leader in minority business development.
TEC Community Development Corporation. As TEC’s social and economic development arm, TEC-CDC operates programs that aim to create sustainable neighborhoods through social development and implement physical redevelopment projects that spark economic revitalization by rebuilding infrastructure and creating jobs.
TEC Leaders About Business. Since 1997, TEC-LAB has provided innovative and award-winning programs that give youth a forum to explore entrepreneurship, develop leadership skills, and serve their communities as they create viable career options for the future.
TEC Retail Resource Network. TEC-RRN works with business associations to improve their corridors and assists emerging and mature retail businesses with technical support from accounting to visual merchandising, finance, business planning and marketing.
TEC Capital Corporation. With a focus on women- and minority-owned businesses, TEC Capital Corporation originates loans between $5,000 and $35,000 to entrepreneurs through its status as a U.S. Small Business Administration microloan intermediary.
The Dorrance H. Hamilton Center for Culinary Enterprises. The CCE will be one of the nation’s most comprehensive commercial kitchen centers, supporting food businesses and food entrepreneurs and creating jobs in Philadelphia’s food industry.