At this year’s Symposium, the vendors will have a networking
opportunity in a matchmaking forum with procurement officials
from each Division with the City of Memphis, QuasiGovernment
Agencies and City partners. There will be plenty of
opportunities to ask detailed questions about specific upcoming opportunities …
We look to increase city contracting opportunities for small,
minority/diverse and women owned businesses. While
increasing the number of certified firms on the city’s registry
who have the required skills and the capacity to perform is
important, its equally important to eliminate barriers to doing
business with the City Of Memphis where we can ….
The City of Memphis Office of Business Diversity & Compliance is
partnering with Start Co to create a 12- week minority business
accelerator called Propel. Propel was designed to build capacity
with existing minority companies through enhancement of
business models through offering a series of hands-on
programming, mentor opportunities, technical resources and
Bounce Memphis: We Mean Business symposium
Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland and the City of Memphis will launch its first "We Mean Business" symposium next week.….
It’s a symposium to help small and medium businesses involved in city business. It’s all about giving especially minority-owned businesses a chance to network with city leaders….
Those interested in doing business with the City of Memphis may attend the first “We Mean Business’’ symposium, Mayor Jim Strickland announced Wednesday….