Business Diversity & Compliance

To increase the number of M/W/SBEs certified with the City of Memphis and assist with strengthening the capacity of these companies so that they might better compete for opportunities in City of Memphis government contracting.

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Propel Minority Business Accelorator
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 more. 

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Business Diversity and Compliance Resources
post 1 Sheltered Market Explained 

The Sheltered Market Program (SMP) is a race and gender neutral program to promote full and equal business opportunity for all persons looking to do business with the City of Memphis. This program is designed to provide opportunities for certified small businesses in city contracting and procurement through the Sheltered Market Program.

post 1 Explicacion de Sheltered Market

El Programa de Sheltered Market (SMP) es un programa para promover la igualdad de oportunidades de negocios e igual para todas las personas que buscan hacer negocios con la ciudad de Memphis. Este programa está diseñado para proporcionar oportunidades de certificados a las pequeñas empresas en la contratación de la ciudad y adquisiciones del Programa de Sheltered Market.
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OBDC News Alerts
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Those interested in doing business with the City of Memphis may attend the first “We Mean Business’’ symposium, Mayor Jim Strickland announced Wednesday…. [See more]

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