Through the MBDA, a network of Minority Business Development Centers receive funding to help entrepreneurs with writing business plans, marketing, financial planning, and technical assistance.
What does MBDC stand for?
MBDC stands for Minority Business Development Center (University of Hawaii at Manoa; Honolulu, HI)
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We have 15 other meanings of MBDC in our Acronym Attic
- Matra BAE Dynamics Alenia
- Michigan Broadband Development Authority
- Minnesota Band Directors Association
- Minority Business Development Agency (US Department of Commerce)
- Methylene Blue-Directed Biopsy
- Mariana Bekerman Dance Company (New York)
- McDonough Braungart Design Chemistry, LLC (product and systems development firm)
- Micro Banking District Center (Indonesia)
- Mid Bedfordshire District Council (UK)
- Mosquito Borne Disease Control (Western Australia Department of Health)
- Mixed Breed Dog Clubs of America
- Model-Based Drug Development
- Multiple Bit Differential Detection
- Multistate Binary Decision Diagram
- Michele Brangwen Dance Ensemble (Houston, TX)
- Mike Ball Dive Expeditions (Queensland, Australia)
- Mean Distance Between Failures
- Minority Business Development Fund (various organizations)
- Manhattan Beach Disc Golf (Los Angeles, CA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In addition to the financial support, foundation and Exxon Mobil executives are exploring possible joint efforts, including economic development projects in under-served communities, and how to provide increased training and technical assistance through cooperation with Minority Business Development Centers (MBDCs) around the country.
Through this alliance, IFA will be able to provide one-on-one technical assistance to prospective minority franchisees through Minority Business Development Centers (MBDCs) around the country.
Getting into business is a strenuous process for anyone, and for minority entrepreneurs, it can be formidable, says Mary Spellens, project manager for the Minority Business Development Center of Alaska in Anchorage.