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Minority Supplier Development Council Names New President

Arkansas Mississippi Minority Supplier Development Council today announced Mia McNeal accepted the position of President. AMMSDC’s mission is to promote the development of business opportunities between Minority Business Enterprises (MBE’s), corporations, governmental agencies and other purchasing entities through programs which promote growth, development and utilization of minority businesses.

"I am excited about my role in furthering the success of minority businesses in Arkansas and Mississippi. It is my goal to build on the vision and mission of the AMMSDC by creating new marketing campaigns, strategic partnerships and contracting opportunities to ensure the organization is providing value to all of its partners. I am thrilled about the opportunities to build on the vision set fourth by my board and take our council to new heights,” Mia McNeal stated.

Headquartered in Little Rock, Arkansas, AMMSDC is one of 39 regional affiliates of the National Minority Supplier Development Council, a national network providing standardized certification of minority-owned businesses. In addition to the Little Rock office, AMMSDC also manages the Mississippi Minority Business Enterprise Center located in Biloxi, Mississippi. The mission of the MSMBEC is to increase the opportunity for ethnic minorities to participate in competitive national and global markets.

For more information about becoming a certified minority business and the opportunities certification provides, contact Mia McNeal at 501.374.7026.
 



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