NJ Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) Business Center

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Michelle Harris, Victoria Hosendorf, Congressman Donald Norcross, Della Clark,Mayor Victor Carstarphen, Senator Cory Booker; and Gene Waddy

Are you a minority-owned business located in New Jersey? Are you established and ready to grow?  

With New Jersey MBDA Business Center, we help connect you to: 

  • Individualized strategic business planning 
  • Staffing 
  • Organizational structure consulting 
  • General business advising 
  • Referrals to capital 
  • Referrals to procurement opportunities

Who We Are 

The Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) is the only US federal agency that promotes the growth and global competitiveness of businesses owned and operated by minority entrepreneurs. Our goal is to achieve economic prosperity for all American business enterprises.  

The New Jersey MBDA Business Center focuses on helping minority business enterprises grow today, while preparing them to meet the industry needs of tomorrow. 

MBDA Performance: Our Impact

MBEs are fast-growing, innovative, and represented in every industry sector in the United States. MBDA promotes the growth of minority-owned businesses through the mobilization and advancement of public and private sector programs, policy, and research.

MBDA Performance Summaries

MBDA Chart

 

Do I Qualify?

Our clients are U.S. minority business enterprises (MBEs) owned and operated by:

  • African Americans
  • Asian Americans
  • Hasidic Jews
  • Latino Americans
  • Native Americans
  • and Pacific Islanders

Fees 

It is our goal to work with all businesses to assist them with development and growth strategies. Fees may be charged if specialized services are needed.  For more information, please contact Victoria Hosendorf (vhosendorf@theenterprisecenter.com ).

Application Process

Please submit your capabilities statement and the attached Client Engagement Form. Send to vhosendorf@theenterprisecenter.com

Download the application

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